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60-Degree Thanksgiving in La Grange, Western Springs!

Wow; do you believe it? Your Thanksgiving football could be shirts-and-skins as temperatures will remain remarkably warm throughout this week.

Call it global warming, call it coincidence, but even as we march towards the end of November—a time for snow, some might say!—we are instead seeing temperatures that look more like outdoor-sports weather.

If your Thanksgiving Day plans involve football in a La Grange or Western Springs park, you will likely be enjoying some quite warm weather for the season; don't wear more than a T-shirt. And in general, keep the heavy clothing packed away... at least until Friday night (projected at below freezing.)

Here's your weather:

Monday: Mostly cloudy through the day and into the night. Mid 50s during the day, mid 40s at night.

Tuesday: Mostly cloudy through the day and into the night. High 50s during the day, high 30s at night.

Wednesday: Partly sunny during the day, partly clear at night. Low 60s during the day, mid 40s at night.

Thursday: Partly sunny and breezy during the day, mostly cloudy at night. Low 60s during the day, mid 40s at night.

Friday: Partly sunny during the day, partly cloudy at night. Low 50s during the day, high 20s at night.

Saturday: Mostly sunny during the day, partly cloudy at night. Mid 40s during the day, high 20s at night.

Sunday: Mostly sunny during the day, mostly clear at night. Mid 40s during the day, low 30s at night.

Michael snyder November 20, 2012 at 09:12 AM
Where is this La grande? We have a LAGRANDE OREGON IN THE NORTHWEST. Beautiful area! As I live in the pacific northwest! ( Wenatchee,wa) where it's been mid so far in the mid 40's to mid 50's.
Darren McRoy November 20, 2012 at 09:28 AM
I know of La Grange, Oregon... but we are La GranGe (emphasis on the second G,) a suburb just outside of Chicago, Illinois. Thanks for the visit! :-)
Ben November 20, 2012 at 01:17 PM
The article says we can call this coincidence, but that would necessitate ignoring science. 2012 is shaping up to be the warmest year for the contiguous United States ever recorded. Hurricane Sandy is only one way that we are paying for climate change. I plan on enjoying the warmth but voting for and working on solving this thing. http://www.csmonitor.com/Environment/2012/0920/Going-for-the-record-Can-anything-stop-2012-from-being-warmest-ever

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