As Thanksgiving nears, weather conditions remain calm and quiet. We’ll have some patches of fog developing during early Wednesday and lows will drop to around 30°.
For Wednesday, expect plenty of sunshine throughout the day with highs in the upper 40s during the afternoon. If you’re starting out on your Thanksgiving travels, you’re in good shape. Conditions will be dry across much of the Great Lakes Region. Rain will be moving closer from the west, though.
By early Thanksgiving Day, some scattered rain will be possible to the NW of Fort Wayne. Only a slight chance of rain exists around the area during the day on Thanksgiving. However, rain becomes likely late Thanksgiving night, continuing through “Black Friday”.
And, although Saturday’s looking dry in NE Indiana and NW Ohio, more rain is possible all through Sunday, continuing on Monday and Tuesday.
Morning: Some patches of fog developing.
Winds: SE 5 mph
Wednesday: Mostly sunny.
Winds: SE 5-15 mph
Wednesday Night: Becoming mostly cloudy.
Winds: S 10-15 mph
Thanksgiving Day: Mostly cloudy with a slight chance of daytime rain. Rain becomes likely late Thanksgiving into Friday.
Winds: SW 5-15 mph