* Forecasters Note * The weather information was updated on Thursday, November 22 at 7 a.m. with the latest conditions and information. 

It looks like we are back in action with getting close to average highs for our area in November.

As we prepare for Thanksgiving Day and the holiday weekend, be sure to keep tabs on the weather especially if you are traveling throughout the Yellowhammer State.

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"Temperatures will rise into the 67-72 degree range across Alabama today with clouds increasing. Most communities will be dry during the day, but rain moves into the state tonight. The main window for rain will come from about 9:00 tonight through 12:00 noon tomorrow; amounts of around one inch are likely. Some thunder is possible, but no severe storms are expected," said James Spann, ABC 33/40, and Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa Chief Meteorologist.

Thursday, Thanksgiving Day County by County Weather Guide

Bibb

High of 69 degrees – Low of 52 degrees

The chance of precipitation is 90% on Thursday night

Fayette

High of 68 degrees – Low of 51 degrees

The chance of precipitation is 90% on Thursday night

Greene

High of 69 degrees – Low of 54 degrees

The chance of precipitation is 90% on Thursday night

Hale

High of 69 degrees – Low of 54 degrees

The chance of precipitation is 90% on Thursday night

Lamar

High of 68 degrees – Low of 52 degrees

The chance of precipitation is 90% on Thursday night

Perry

High of 69 degrees – Low of 54 degrees

The chance of precipitation is 90% on Thursday night

Pickens

High of 68 degrees – Low of 53 degrees

The chance of precipitation is 90% on Thursday night

Sumter

High of 71 degrees – Low of 54 degrees

The chance of precipitation is 90% on Thursday night

Tuscaloosa

High of 69 degrees – Low of 53 degrees

The chance of precipitation is 90% on Thursday night

Walker

High of 68 degrees – Low of 66 degrees

The chance of precipitation is 90% on Thursday night

Black Friday

If you are headed out for the biggest shopping day of the year be sure to bring your umbrella for the early morning outings.

Spann said that “Most places across Alabama will be dry tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow night, although clouds will linger. The high tomorrow will be in the mid 60s."

All of us at Townsquare Media are wishing you a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday.

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