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Here’s the Thanksgiving holiday weather forecast — and what it means for your travels

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The atmospheric kitchen is cooking up everything from fire weather to rain and snow for California’s holiday weekend. Each part of the state will get a chance to taste one or more of these weather dishes as they build up on the platter over the next few days.

This hodgepodge of weather is being stuffed into the state by two competing weather systems. The first will be a dry, high-pressure system that will raise temperatures, winds and fire concerns for parts of California on Thanksgiving Day. The second will be a low-pressure system that will dip into Northern California on Saturday night and into Sunday, potentially creating a slick, rainy situation for travelers trying to get back home. Some holiday travelers may even wind up dealing with snow before all is said and done.

Both systems will roll into California at the start and end of the holiday weekend, and each one will bring its own unique spin for travelers to navigate.

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These Rohnert Park Area Restaurants Are Open For Thanksgiving Day 2022

in Food

ROHNERT PARK AND COTATI, CA — Spending hours preparing and cleaning up after a big dinner isn’t for everyone. For those who want to skip the fuss, several restaurants open Thanksgiving Day in the Rohnert Park, Cotati area will cook turkey dinner — or something else entirely.

Restaurants open for Thanksgiving on Thursday, Nov. 24, offer a range of dining experiences, from fine dining to fast casual to fast food. In some cases, you’ll need to make a reservation, so plan ahead as much as possible.

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Where to Eat Out on Thanksgiving in Sonoma County

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Whether you’re skipping the stress of cooking for 20 people or want to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal at a local restaurant this holiday, there are options across Sonoma County. Here are 25 restaurants and grocers offering Thanksgiving meals, for dining in, picking up or delivery.

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