Departing high pressure and an approaching low pressure will combine to boost our winds for Thanksgiving Day. A huge surge of warm air will push our temperatures to near record levels. It looks like we'll have one of the warmest Thanksgivings in Milwaukee history. We'll start with more sunshine and quiet conditions, but a powerful cold front to our West will increase our clouds through the holiday. Late in the day there could be some scattered showers which linger into the evening, though these shouldn't be a big deal. Skies will clear a bit overnight as temperatures plummet behind the boundary. Black Friday will be rather frigid compared to today as reading only reach the mid to upper 30s. There could even be a few passing flurries amidst a partly to mostly cloudy sky as the new cold airmass takes hold of the region.
Have a wonderful holiday!