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Freezing temperatures to linger through Wednesday; snow/rain possible on Thanksgiving

Post by Adam Lynn / The News Tribune on Nov. 23, 2010 at 1:24 pm with 3 Comments »
November 23, 2010 1:24 pm

Today’s cold temperatures are expected to hang around Wednesday, and there’s a chance of a bit more snow for the South Sound region on Thanksgiving morning, the National Weather Service is reporting.

Wednesday should be party sunny with light winds and a high near 30.

Snow showers may develop in the pre-dawn hours Thursday. The snow – less than half an inch accumulation, if any – should give way to rain with temperatures rising above freezing by noon.

Grab the umbrella and galoshes if you plan to go Christmas shopping over the weekend. Looks like rain and temperatures in the 40s for Friday and Saturday.

Leave a comment Comments → 3
  1. PnwHockeyFan says:

    Im ready for some global warming NOW!!!

  2. m9078jk3 says:

    If the weather gets worse on Thanksgiving Day and the road conditions don’t clear up I clearly won’t have a Thanksgiving meal with the rest of my extended family.Shame too as I bought the turkey and lot of the other food items for it.

  3. OK this is winter. Spring starts on Thanksgiving.


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