Mild temperatures were felt throughout the afternoon on Tuesday in the Mountain State but things are expected to change quickly and bring a chilly Thanksgiving.

National Weather Service Charleston Meteorologist Ray Young told readers the change is one full of dropping temperatures, high winds gusts and showers.

Wednesday afternoon will get very windy.

The system is expected to be so windy that the National Weather Service has issued a High Wind Advisory for numerous counties across the state. Young said winds will be between 20 to 30 miles per hour from mid-morning Wednesday to 7 p.m. and gusts up to 50 mph are expected along with rain.

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