Thanksgiving week will continue the cool, dry pattern. Sunday has a 20 percent chance for rain but most of the moisture will be north of Kaweah Country. Winter has already dumped six feet of lake-effect snow in parts of Buffalo and the mid-Atlantic region. A snowpack like that in the higher elevations around here could make quick work of the local drought. Best chance for that to happen is after January 1. Thanksgiving Day will have a high near 70, with an overnight low of 43.