This year marks the 150th anniversary of Thanksgiving.
In 1863, President Abraham Lincoln declared the final Thursday in November as a day of Thanksgiving.
Congress changed the holiday to the 4th Thursday in November in 1941.
On the holiday, Southeast Arizona generally is one of the big winners with weather.
While other parts of the nation have threats of snow and freezing temperatures, Tucson, on-average, has comfortable high temperatures and generally dry weather.
Take a look at the average Thanksgiving numbers below for Tucson.
We definitely have a great forecast for Thanksgiving this year.
But if you are going to be traveling out to the eastern half of the country you will run into COLD weather and even a little snow and rain.
States out west not looking bad at all.
Maybe a little rain and clouds in the Pacific northwest, but that's typical!
Wishing you a great holiday! From Dan Bronis, Erin Jordan & Aaron Pickering wishing everyone.
|Thanksgiving Day year-by-year breakdown|
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