While it doesn’t look like Thanksgiving Day will bring any extraordinary weather to the Commonwealth this year, there have been some wild swings over past Thanksgivings.

What You Need To Know

  • We've made it into the 70s on Thanksgiving Day

  • We've had some Thanksgivings with highs only in the teens

  • While not common, we have seen measurable snow on Thanksgiving Day before


As rare as it may be, we do occasionally have highs in the 70s this late in the year. Check out some of the warmest Thanksgivings that we have seen over the years:

Of course, they can’t all be winners! We’ve had some pretty cold Thanksgivings as well. 

Keep in mind, these are high temperatures, not lows!

The cold Thanksgivings don’t always lead to snowy days, but we have had a few in the past. Here are the biggest ones we’ve seen on Thanksgiving Day:

There's no doubt that 2020 has been an interesting year with plenty of surprises, but I'm thankful to be able to tell you that weather doesn’t look to be one of them this year.