Tuesday will bring a warming trend to the South Plains. Clouds and fog will give way to temperatures moving into the mid 40s in the afternoon.
Icy patches will be an issue due to the leftover moisture in low lying areas, particularly intersections. Use caution as you head to work and school Tuesday morning.
Winds will remain from the north at 10-20 mph most of Tuesday, but speeds will decrease in the late afternoon hours through the evening.
Thanksgiving will be sunny and warmer with highs 50s. Nighttime lows will remain in the 20s for most of the week.
No rain or snow is likely after Tuesday night until next week.
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