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For Thanksgiving Day, rain will shift into the East, although cloudiness and a few showers will linger across the Deep South. Most of the remainder of the country will experience a mild, dry Thanksgiving, with temperatures remaining below 40° in the Rockies and along the Canadian border—but ranging from 70 to 85° in the Deep South. Late-week freezes may occur, however, in California’s San Joaquin Valley. Late in the weekend and early next week, a surge of cold air will arrive across the Midwest. Meanwhile, heavy rain (locally 2 to 5 inches or more) will develop across the South and begin to spread northward. As cold air and moisture interact, there is the potential for a significant precipitation event in the eastern U.S. and the possibility of snow from the central Appalachians and the lower Great Lakes region into the Northeast.

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