A look at the Thanksgiving weather in several major cities in the U.S.
A developing storm system will bring afternoon showers and even a few rumbles of thunder to eastern Texas, the Ozarks, the lower Mississippi Valley, and Gulf Coast later in the day.
Afternoon highs will be in the upper 40s and low 50s found across much of the northern tier from the Northwest to the Northeast and across the Mountain West and Great Basin. Warmer 50s and 60s will be found across the South, Southeast, and southern Plains while California and Florida will be in the 70s.
Looking into the extended holiday weekend, Thursday’s Texas storm will move into the Lower Mississippi Valley on early Friday, triggering some troubling storms. Click here for the latest details.
On Saturday and Sunday, the southern U.S. remains stormy, with Friday’s system moving across the Southeast early Saturday and a new system developing across West Texas.
This new weekend system will bring rain and a few thunderstorms to Houston and Dallas on Saturday before moving into the lower Mississippi Valley early Sunday and into the Ohio Valley and the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic later Sunday. A cold rain could slow traffic on Sunday along the I-95 corridor from the Carolinas to Boston.
A new Pacific system will bring rain and mountain snow on the weekend too.
Track all the Thanksgiving weather using our WeatherRadar, and be sure to check our forecast as you head out this weekend.