Chilly, sunny start to the week; showers possible on Thanksgiving

It will be a chilly start to the week, with dry conditions expected until Thanksgiving, when a chance for rain returns, according to the National Weather Service in Wilmington.

Monday will be cool and dry and have mostly clear skies. Afternoon highs are expected to reach the low to mid 40s, but some areas won’t get out of the 30s. There could be wind gusts as high as 20 mph during the day.

Overnight temperatures will drop into the low 20s, but Tuesday will be slightly warmer and hit the mid 40s in most communities, according to NWS.

Dry conditions continue Wednesday with milder, warmer temperatures expected. NWS forecasted highs could reach the low 50s.

Rain returns Thanksgiving Day, with light, widespread showers. Temperatures will reach the high 40s and low 50s, but by the evening temperatures will drop and colder weather will return.

Snow flurries possible in west central and central Ohio Friday morning, according to NWS. High temperatures are forecasted for the mid to high 30s.

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