PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – After a warm and mostly sunny Thanksgiving, the rain and cold air return to Black Friday. Turkey’s day ended with some showers overnight.
Any showering activity ends at 7.00 to ensure a dry Black Friday, but hold on tight to those shopping bags as whipping winds will prevail all day.
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On Friday, you also plan for the arrival of winter-like weather that will settle in over the weekend across the Delaware Valley. Highlights will struggle to reach the mid-40s, and chills will drop to almost freezing in the late afternoon.
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Windy conditions continue into Small Business Saturday, and so will the cold conditions. Expect chills in your teens over most of Pennsylvania Saturday morning and low 20s in New Jersey and Delaware.
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On Sunday we can see the first snowflake of the season with a chance of rain and snow showers to close the holiday weekend.