by FOX 25 Chief Meteorologist Kevin Lemanowicz:
Thanksgiving Day is turning out crisp and sunny. The Northeast flow has relaxed, so the clouds are not nearly as stubborn.
There will be patches of fog early Black Friday and it will be cold early for shoppers, but temperatures will again warm to the 50s.
The big change comes this weekend. A cold front will send temperatures falling through the 40s Saturday. Windy conditions will make it feel even colder through Sunday. There may even be some flurries in the blustery cold.
The next possible storm will be Tuesday with rain the most likely precipitation. It could start and end as a little snow, so the storm sure needs to be watched when it starts to develop.
Happy Thanksgiving to all.