Mainly clear skies overnight along with increasing gusty winds will usher in even colder air for Sunday.
Highs may not even make it out of the 30s with feels-like readings ranging from the teens and 20s. Gusty winds may exceed 30 miles per hour, especially in the mountains. Wind and wind chill advisories for far western Maryland and parts of West Virginia overnight and early Sunday.
The Thanksgiving travel week will feature a temperature uptick into the 50s.
Forecast models for the DMV are trending dry for travel Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.
Showers are possible late Thursday for Thanksgiving and a soaking rain is possible Friday of next week.
The Leonid Meteor Showers will continue to be active until Dec. 2 and we are seeing a peak now.
The next best viewing will be from midnight until 5 a.m. Saturday. Look to the eastern sky.
Experts are predicting anywhere from 20 to 50 per hour with the biggest burst from 1 a.m. to 3 a.m. The sky will be clear. Fingers crossed you see one! If you are into astrophotography, be sure to send any pics you get to Chime In.
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