First Alert Forecast: Dry Black Friday, ALERT DAY Saturday

First Alert Forecast: Dry Black Friday, ALERT DAY Saturday
In the wake of a storms early Wednesday, Thanksgiving and Black Friday look to be quiet and dry. (Source: WLBT)

We've had a gorgeous Thanksgiving with lots of sunshine and temperatures reaching the low-mid 60s. Dry conditions are in the forecast through the rest of our evening and even into our Friday!

Although it will be a little chilly to start as temperatures will drop into the 40s for Black Friday shoppers in the morning, we'll warm right back up to the 70 degree mark. This all under a mix of clouds and sunshine.

Our next cold front will arrive by Saturday and will bring our next chance for showers and storms. Expect dry conditions to start but storms will arrive by the afternoon/evening hours. Some of these storms could be strong-severe, with damaging wind gusts the main threat. For this reason, an ALERT DAY has been issued for Saturday evening. Be sure to stay weather aware this day, especially if you’re going to be traveling or out shopping.

Sunday will dry out but will be cooler, only topping out in the low 60s. The 30s and 50s return for the start of next week!

Rachel's Thursday Evening Forecast

Rachel Coulter

WLBT/FOX 40 First Alert Meteorologist

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