Temperatures to plummet on Thanksgiving

By Brad Hlozek - email

FROM THE STORM TRACKER WEATHER CENTER (KTRE) - The warm weather will come to a halt late on Thanksgiving Day as a strong Canadian cold front moves through the Piney Woods.  We will see a good chance of rain during the day, with temperatures plummeting as we head into the evening hours.

Skies will clear out for Black Friday, but it will be on the cold side, with lows in the 30's and highs only making the 50's.  Make sure you dress warm as you go out shopping for all those great bargains.

With many friends and family traveling to and from East Texas to all points around the United States, it is vitally important you stay up-to-date with the latest weather forecasts around the country.

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