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Interesting Weather For Thanksgiving!




A warm-up starts tomorrow in SE NM/W TX. We will be looking at high temps in the mid-upper 70's. Saturday we will see highs in the low-mid 80's, and Sunday and Monday will be in the 70's. Windy weather may return to the area by Sunday and Monday.

A complicated weather pattern will take shape across the nation Thanksgiving week. The Polar Jet Stream is forecast to take a dive to the south, and into the southern Rockies, by the middle of next week. Bitterly cold arctic air, currently pooling across Northwest Canada, will ooze southward with time.

It appears that our Thanksgiving weather will be turning cooler/colder...but just how cold is questionable at this time. The details concerning this should become clearer by the first of next week.

 If the storm track drops far enough south, as some of the models are suggesting, then we will see a turn to much colder weather for our Thanksgiving. There could even be at least a chance for some snow across the mountains of the state, and maybe some of the lowlands. More later.

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