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I've been googling and do not yet have a clear answer. We have about 7 days of holidays during thanksgiving, and our choices are Florida and Colorado. (We're from Dallas, Texas).

I heard Colorado is quite frozen at that time of the year, and we probably may not have much to do for 6-7 days! Just wanted to know if Florida is gonna be rainy.

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    You could get anything from clear and sunny all week to a hurricane. – Michael Hampton Sep 28 '16 at 5:43
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    Colorado won't necessarily be frozen. I hosted a Thanksgiving at my place in Denver a few years ago and it was mid-50's. We actually get most of our snow in February. They say that if you don't like the weather, just wait 5 minutes.... – Roddy of the Frozen Peas Sep 28 '16 at 13:23
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    What is your definition of "quite frozen". While the night time lows are below the freezing point of water, the average daily high temps in Denver are in the 50's F for the month of November. Certainly not as warm as Florida on average, it is a far cry from freezing cold unless you are used to extremely hot temps – psubsee2003 Sep 28 '16 at 14:20
  • I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is debating about a future event. – Jan Sep 28 '16 at 14:37
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Winters in Florida can be relatively dry as most significant rain is supposed to be over by onset of Fall. However, as a tropical, coastal state, Florida is always subject to the possibility of rains, so there is no way to guarantee there wont be rain during Thanksgiving.

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Weatherspark's averages page for Orlando indicates that in late November there is typically a ~30% chance of rain on any given day. For Panama City up in the panhandle, the chance is lower at 20% but I would still expect rain at some point if you're there for a week.

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