1st Day of November & Weekend Forecast

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Updated: 11/01/2013 1:02 pm
Afternoon Update:

I hope you're enjoying the peaks of sunshine and mild temperatures after such a stormy night in the Bluegrass. Look for highs in the mid 60s with a cooler weekend ahead.

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Happy Friday & 1st Day of November!

We're partly sunny & mild today as temps make it into the mid 60s this afternoon.  This morning, be on the look out for down trees, power lines & minor flooding in the roadways. We'll call for temperatures in the low 60s by lunch time under partly cloudy skies with a few more peaks of sunshine as we head into the afternoon. Highs are expected in the mid 60s this afternoon. 

Rescheduled Trick-or-Treating tonight looks great!

We're cloudy and cool on Saturday with more sunshine and low 50s on Sunday.

Join me online at: www.Facebook.com/Michael.Estime for more updates.
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