Mild & Sunny Sunday!

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Updated: 11/17/2012 7:31 pm
Clear skies and light winds will allow for Sunday to start off chilly, near the freezing mark.
Those clear skies will continue throughout the day, though, and temperatures will soar to near 60° as winds shift to the south.
A few clouds will begin to slide in by Sunday night, keeping the overnight a tad milder, in the mid 30s.
A weak cold front will swing through the region Tuesday, bringing a chance for a few isolated showers.
Temperatures will remain mild, in the upper 50s, through Thanksgiving.
A second, stronger, cold front will arrive late in the week, bringing another chance for showers.
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