FORECAST: Dense fog replaced with sunny skies ahead of Thanksgiving

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WEDNESDAY: A Dense Fog Advisory was in place through 9 a.m. Wednesday for most of the Charlotte area.

The thick fog will break up as the morning goes on, and we will enjoy plenty of sunshine as highs warm back into the low 60s.

There are no big holiday travel issues around the country, with the exception of rain in Florida and the Pacific Northwest.

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THANKSGIVING OUTLOOK: The Carolinas will see a small cool down on Thanksgiving, but conditions will stay dry. Highs will fluctuate between the mid-50s and mid-60s through the weekend.

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