Metro Detroit weather: Wet Thanksgiving -- here’s what to expect

Here is the weather forecast for Metro Detroit on Nov. 25, 2021. For more:

Happy Thanksgiving!

Thanksgiving morning rain gives way to drier conditions this afternoon and highs in the mid-to-upper 40s, and it will become breezy. The winds are picking up this afternoon, and will, along with with a cold front, bring in cooler air for the weekend.

Although conditions improve this afternoon, a few scattered and light rain and snow showers are possible through 5 p.m.-6 p.m. Don’t expect much moisture, but the winds will pick up, moving WSW at 5-15 mph, gusting to 20-25 mph.

Today’s sunset is at 5:04 p.m.

Cold Black Friday

Cooler air will be in place for Black Friday shoppers around Metro Detroit, as we awake to temps in the mid 20s with a pesky breeze. Meaning: Bundle up if you plan on waiting in lines outdoors or if you plan to be out shopping all day.

Highs will hit the mid 30s under partly sunny skies, with winds moving W at 10-17 mph, gusting to 20-25 mph. That wind may bring a few lake effect flakes and flurries, but nothing big.

Dry Saturday, snowy Sunday

Saturday will be cool for the big game in Ann Arbor, or whatever you have planned. Sky conditions will be nice with a mix of clouds and sun. Temps will be in the low 20s early to mid 30s with lighter winds.

Snow is on the way Sunday, and we could even get a light accumulation in spots. Plan on slick and dangerous travel conditions around Metro Detroit on Sunday as the snow will be around for most of the day. With temps in the mid 30s, we cannot rule out some rain mixing in on both Sunday and Monday. Stay tuned for updates!

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