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Wednesday: Expect a rainy day with winds up to 15 mph.  A high temp of 57℉ and a low of 28℉.  Sunrise 6:43 AM, sunset 4:19 PM. Clear skies overnight ushering in a lovely, sunny Thanksgiving Day with a high temp of 447℉ and a low of 29℉.  Friday also looks to be a bright, sunny day.

Bud Fagundes (l) and Bill Maiorano (r) from Rehoboth Emergency Management with Senior Center Director Linna Sherman prepare to deliver Thanksgiving baskets from Rehoboth Food Pantry to local senior citizens. Holiday food baskets were also delivered to veterans and families in need.