The extended forecast shows a few showers are possible on Thanksgiving Day.
WASHINGTON — It’s almost turkey time! Thanksgiving is next week and that means the travel season is about to ramp up across D.C., Maryland, Virginia and the rest of the country.
Weather can sometimes cause a snag in travel plans, but so far the travel out of the DMV on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving looks good. A look at the extended forecast shows dry conditions across the DMV with highs near 50.
Thanksgiving Day is a different story. Highs will climb to upper 40s to mid 50s with a chance for showers. At least two of the primary global models indicate a chance for rain across the DMV. There are some models that show an area of high pressure blocking the rain from us all together.
This is an early outlook, so please check back with us for updates as we get new model data and make a new analysis.
WEDNESDAY NOV. 23 TRAVEL WEATHER OUTLOOK
Sun and clouds in the northeast with highs in the 50s.
A few showers are possible with highs in the 40s and 50s.
Rain possible from Texas to Florida. Highs in the 50s and 60s in Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia. 70s and 80s with rain likely in Florida.
A few showers in Seattle and Portland. Rain and snow possible in Boise. 60s with sun and clouds in California.
THANKSGIVING DAY DMV WEATHER OUTLOOK
An early indication from the Euro and GFS indicates that a few showers are possible at some point on Thanksgiving Day. This outlook will be updated as new data comes in.
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