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Posted at 3:05 PM ET, 11/26/2008

PM Update: Travel Weather Stays Trouble Free

By Ian Livingston

Sunny, warmer on Thanksgiving

* Were the Pilgrims Weather Wimps? | Snow Lover's Crystal Ball *

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Under variable clouds, temperatures rose into the mid 40s today. But winds gusting to 15-25 mph have kept wind chills from breaking out of the 30s. On the bright side for travelers, no inclement weather is affecting the local area, and regionally conditions are largely calm outside some snow tracking across central PA. In fact, most of the nation is dry this Thanksgiving Eve.

Tonight: After some clouds early, look for skies to go mostly clear. Temperatures will fall to the upper 20s in the suburbs to around freezing in D.C. Winds will calm down to around 5 or 10 mph.

Thanksgiving: For those sticking around the area on Thursday, expect to be rewarded with a rather pleasant late-November day. Sunny skies will be the story as temperatures rise to the low 50s just about everywhere -- back pretty close to normal for this time of year.

See Dan's full forecast through the holiday weekend.

By Ian Livingston  | November 26, 2008; 3:05 PM ET
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