Early morning moisture is making for a very challenging hair day. That's because the dew point temps and regular temps will stay so close to one another. Simply, the relative humidity in the air will stay at 90% or above early, and we're looking for a high of 70 degrees.
Winds will push from the north at 5-10 mph.
Tonight the mainly clear skies will allow for a quick cool down, but we'll still stay in the 40s. Winds will become light with a few late clouds developing.
Early morning fog is slightly possible along the Mississippi River just prior to sunrise.
Thanksgiving Day sunshine will be very similar to today's bright afternoon skyline; so get ready for a repeat of the great weather.
The winds are going to switch directions, pushing out of the south. That shift in winds will bring in more moisture and a touch more heat, pushing the temps into the lower 70s.
MUCH COLDER air steps in over the weekend, morning temps near freezing.
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