Cold, dry Thanksgiving holiday in store for central Pa.

Valley rain and mountain snow for Monday. all rain by midweek

Thanksgiving travel weather forecast: Clear sailing, except for Great Lakes and Northwest

That means good weather for family gatherings and remarkably pleasant conditions for those who want to get an early start on their holiday shopping. Highs will be in the upper 50s Saturday and in the low 50s Sunday. After sunset, we could still have a few lingering showers, but they will be coming to an end.

Thanksgiving Day: Chillly weather day! Along with the cooler temperatures, we will have more sunny skies and low humidity. A few showers will be possible in the evening as a new disturbance approaches, so late-day shoppers may want the rain gear. Overnight lows on Thanksgiving night will once again fall into the upper 30s to near 40.

This sets the stage for a cold, but dry, travel day on Wednesday. This won't delay you because of Harrisburg weather conditions. However, sunny skies and calm winds will be in the offing for the afternoon. Right now, Sunday looks cold and brisk but also bright and dry for the return leg of your Thanksgiving adventures.

Clouds will start increasing as the next front approaches. The winds should let up around Wednesday, though there is no rain in the forecast. Mid 70s Friday and mid to upper 70s Saturday as the next cold front goes through midday.

Black Friday: Mostly sunny. The morning low will be a little below freezing with afternoon highs close to 60°.

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