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Thanksgiving Week forecast: Fair weather expected for much of U.S.

Find out what's in store for your neck of the woods at weather.gov
November 21, 2017
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NOAA’s National Weather Service is predicting a calm weather for much of the country during the week of Thanksgiving. The eastern U.S. will be dry and cool on Thanksgiving Day, and the West will likely be warmer than normal.

The northwestern U.S. could be an exception, where occasional rain and wet snow could occur in the mountains. Also, locations from the Great Lakes to New England might experience clouds and showers, including possible lake-effect snow and colder temps this week. (See our tips on how to prepare for wintry weather).

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> Find the local forecast for wherever you’ll be for the holiday by inputting your Zip Code at www.weather.gov,

> Bookmark our big-picture Thanksgiving Week Weather Story that summarizes conditions across the country.

> Get late-breaking weather updates and alert from your local news outlets and NOAA National Weather Service social media channels.

We wish you all a very Happy Thanksgiving!