Plenty of ups and downs temp wise in November. It’s a distant memory….but remember the three days with highs in the 70s? In fact, November 2 brought a high of 61, with 73-73-70 on November 3rd, 4th and 5th. We had a chilly snap beginning November 20 that lasted just a few days. Our Thanksgiving Holiday weather looks top notch, especially for today and Thanksgiving Day. Little wind and abundant sun will help temps into the low 40s for Thanksgiving Eve and low-mid 40s for Thanksgiving Day! A disturbance will sail through Wisconsin later Thanksgiving afternoon bringing a few clouds and a slight chance for flurries in the predawn hours Friday. Temps are cooler for Friday-Saturday-Sunday with highs in the mid to upper 30s. A good deal of cloudiness will be about for the weekend as well. A few Thanksgiving weather notes: Normal highs and lows: 40 and 26. The snowiest Thanksgiving was in 1947 when 3.5″ of snow fell. The coldest? -4 in 1950! The warmest? 65 in 1914.
Have a safe and Happy Thanksgiving with your friends and loved ones. Sally Severson