Chilly weather returning for Thanksgiving — FIRST ALERT FORECAST

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Winds will drop and so will temperatures with readings in the low to mid 20s by Wednesday morning. Temperatures reach into the mid-50s and it becomes breezy with winds at 10-20 miles per hour.

Average temperatures for Wednesday through Sunday of the Thanksgiving weekend have traditionally held a high in the mid 60s and a low in the mid 40s according to AccuWeather.

Thanksgiving will be handsome with sunny skies very light winds low humidity and a high of 71.

Temperatures will cool into the low 60s on Saturday along the Front Range with plenty of sunshine.

Fri: High: 72 Mostly sunny to partly cloudy. This combined with sunny skies will push temperatures to near record high levels during the afternoon with temperatures getting close to 70°.

Clouds will win today with cold air in the mid 30s. Temps fall from a max in the low 40s midday, to the 20s overnight. We'll have a chance for rain late Friday into Saturday across the Midwest and the East Coast but no major storm system will cause travel headaches. But we'll still be cold early in the morning, likely into the upper 20s and lower 30s. This will help temperatures plummet into the upper teens to lower 30s. This is making for great travel conditions in the entire region.

Friday night - Mostly clear, with a low around 60. Thermometers on Wednesday will reach the mid 50s around Noon, before falling slowly through the afternoon hours.