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Forecasters are predicting a colder-than-usual Thanksgiving week across the Eastern United States, with chilly temperatures extending as far east as Indiana and Tennessee.
On the West Coast, things could be wetter-than-usual, but temperatures should be warm.
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It will likely be a dry week for the entire eastern half of the US from the Eastern Seaboard to the Rocky Mountains.
The turkeys and pies in the oven won’t know the difference, but Americans are in for some weird Thanksgiving Day weather this year.
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The National Weather Service is out with its predictions for how temperatures and precipitation will shake out across the country next week — and the news isn't great for anyone who likes dry weather or warm days.
People on the East Coast will be in for a colder-than-usual Thanksgiving — with temperatures likely around 5 degrees below normal for that time of year — especially around Washington D.C. and into Maryland, Virginia and northern North Carolina.
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This map shows the likelihood that temperatures will dip below average next week; the darker the blue, the more likely that area is going to see chillier-than-average temperatures from Nov. 20-24:
And though it may be cold across the Eastern Seaboard, rain and snow are unlikely.
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