Few showers possible Tuesday afternoon

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Chief Meteorologist Tim Heller has the latest weather update. (KTRK)

Thanksgiving should be sunny and seasonably cool in Houston
Southeast winds and a blanket of clouds will keep temperatures slightly higher tonight. Chief Meteorologist Tim Heller says lows will be in the low 50s in Houston by Tuesday morning. That's not as cold as the night before, but still chilly enough that you'll need a jacket.

A few showers could pop up late Tuesday afternoon and an isolated thunderstorm is possible Tuesday night when a cold front pushes into Houston. 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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