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Middlebury & Woodbury's Thanksgiving Week Forecast

When you're doing last minute grocery store runs, here's what the National Weather Service is predicting for Middlebury and Woodbury the week of Thanksgiving.

The weather for Middlebury and Woodbury during the week of Thanksgiving 2013 is slated to be rainy, windy and maybe a little snowy. by Nina Matthews Photography, flickr creative commons
The weather for Middlebury and Woodbury during the week of Thanksgiving 2013 is slated to be rainy, windy and maybe a little snowy. by Nina Matthews Photography, flickr creative commons
If you like rain, you'll love this National Weather Service forecast for Middlebury and Woodbury during Thanksgiving week.

Tuesday Night: The forecast calls for a 90-percent chance of rain. Precipitation could be heavy at times. One to two inches of rain is possible. By 5 a.m. Wednesday, the NWS is forecasting the temperature rising to around 46 degrees.

Winds could gust as high as 38 mph.

Wednesday: Rain is forecast to fall before noon, with showers predicted after noon. There's a 100-percent chance of precipitation and one to two inches of rain may fall.

Wednesday will be windy, with gusts potentially reaching 39 mph. The temperature is predicted at 55 degrees.

Wednesday Night: The NWS is predicting a chance of rain and snow overnight. Temperatures will fall to around 23 degrees and winds may gust as high as 32 mph. There's a 40-percent chance of snow for Middlebury and a 50-percent chance of snow for Woodbury. 

Thanksgiving Day: 
No precipitation in the forecast for Thanksgiving Day. The NWS forecast calls for a sunny day and a temperature of around 30 degrees.

Thanksgiving Night: The night will be mostly clear, with a low of around 18 degrees.

Friday: The NWS is calling for a sunny day, with a high near 32 degrees.


Woodbury residents, you can check out weather conditions on Woodbury-Middlebury Patch reader Erik Grudzien's weather website

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