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CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) -
This year's Thanksgiving looks to be sunny and dry, with relatively warm temperatures with what we expect for late November. However, that hasn't always been the case. Here's a look at some of our Thanksgiving Day outliers.
Thanksgiving Day 2002: 25° was reported at Charlotte Douglas Airport. That day we only warmed into the lower 40s. While this year's Turkey Day may not be a balmy 75°, we certainly can't complain. Besides, 75° on Thanksgiving has never happened. But one year, Charlotte came close.
We hit 74° on November 28, 1985. That Thanksgiving was the warmest on record. This year certainly won't be the warmest on record, but it hands-down will not be the wettest, either.
That honor goes to Thanksgiving 1983, when 1.68 inches of rain was dumped over the area. While we'll give Mother Nature a break since it's a mostly indoor holiday, she definitely rained out many annual family football games that year.
Overall, this year's going to be a good one. For the holiday, we get to stay dry and enjoy above normal temperatures. That's definitely something to be thankful for!