Though the chances have lowered, there could be a few showers in the Los Angeles area on Thanksgiving Day.
This would generally be good news for the region, as Los Angeles is still in an area of severe drought. The rain will also bring some needed relief farther north in the state where drought conditions are considered exceptional.
The rain on Thursday would be light and likely increase during the nighttime. Precipitation chances will continue through the overnight hours and into Friday evening, when it will taper out and conditions will clear for a mostly sunny and dry weekend.
Aside from chances for some sowers, skies will be mostly cloudy with occasional breaks of sun for Thursday and Friday.
Highs for Thursday will dip into the lower 70s. Temperatures will moderate back into the upper 70s by week's end. Overnight lows will be in the mid- to lower 50s through the start of the next workweek.
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