Thanksgiving week begins with a cool snap

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Travis Herzog looks at a slightly cooler Thanksgiving in store and a fabulous weekend for holiday shopping. (KTRK)

Thanksgiving should be sunny and seasonably cool in Houston
It's a chilly start to the day, and Meteorologist Travis Herzog says more cold weather is on the way for Thanksgiving. After morning lows in the upper 30s and low 40s, we're in for a mild but dry afternoon as temps rise into the upper 60s.

Tuesday will be warmer but still pleasant ahead of our next front. A few showers will pop up late in the afternoon, then the cold front will bring more rain and even an isolated thunderstorm to the area Tuesday night. The rain should clear out quickly Wednesday morning, keeping us dry through Thanksgiving Day.

As the ABC13 Weather Team has been forecasting since last week, Thanksgiving Day should start cold but warm up nicely into the 60s under a mostly sunny sky.

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