Weather for Thanksgiving Day travelers

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DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Travelers won’t have to worry about snow getting in the way of your holiday travel plans this year.

If you’re heading to Chicago, it will be a high of 56 degrees with a 60-percent chance of rain.

If you’re heading to Indianapolis, it will be a high of 60 degrees with a 20-percent chance of rain.

If you’re heading to Detroit, it will be a high of 55 degrees with a 50-percent chance of rain.

If you’re heading to PIttsburgh, it will be sunny with a high of 63 degrees.

It’ll be a warm thanksgiving this year with temperatures climbing back to above averages that the Miami Valley would normally see this year.

 

On Thanksgiving Day, it’ll be breezy and you’ll see a mix of clouds and sun throughout the day. Temperatures outside will reach 60 with a low of 42 degrees.

If you’re planning on doing Black Friday shopping, it’ll be a cloudy, breezy and cooler day with a chance of rain. The high will be 56 with a low of 50 degrees and a 60-percent chance of rain.

Attendees of the Ohio State vs. Michigan game will see a chance of clouds and rain up in Ann Arbor, Michigan. There, you’ll see a high of 60 and a low of 42 degrees.

 

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