Cloudy Conditions Leading Up to Thanksgiving

By Samantha-Rae Tuthill, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
November 27, 2013; 4:22 AM ET
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Cloudiness continues in the Seattle area, but skies will clear considerably for a mostly sunny Thanksgiving.

Cloud coverage will be widespread Wednesday with some morning fog concerns.

Conditions will stay dry for these heavy travel days, which should limit any weather-related delays on the roads. However, stormy conditions in the East will likely affect some major airport hubs and could cause residual delays at Northwest airports.

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Temperatures will not fluctuate much through to the weekend, staying in the low 50s each day. Overnight lows will be in the upper 30s into the lower 40s at the end of the week.

For Thanksgiving day, the skies will be considerably sunny with just a few intervals of cloudiness. Breezes through the week will be light and should not be disruptive for travel.

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