Mild Thursday, Rainy Friday, and Cold Weekend

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Updated: 11/20/2013 11:59 pm
Midnight Update:  Some thin clouds have been moving through tonight, with a wide variation in temperatures so far, ranging from the upper 30s to upper 40s.  Thursday morning will start off chilly, with morning low temperatures around 35 degrees.  Thursday will feature partly to mostly cloudy skies, with mild afternoon high temperatures around 60 degrees.  Rain showers develop Thursday night through early Saturday.  Rain showers will be possible throughout the day Friday, with an afternoon high of 57 degrees.  Cold, arctic air moves in early Saturday with temperatures falling through the day.  Saturday high temperatures will be around 41 degrees.  Sunday morning will start off in the upper teens to near 20 degrees, with mostly sunny skies and a high of 33 degrees.  Below normal temperatures continue through next week, with highs in the upper 30s to lower 40s.
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Milder temperatures return for Thursday, with rain showers developing on Friday. Much colder air moves in this weekend, with below normal temperatures leading up to Thanksgiving.

TONIGHT: More clouds will move in tonight, with partly to mostly cloudy skies. Temperatures tonight will be chilly, yet not as cold, due to the developing clouds and southerly winds. Overnight low temperatures will be around 37 degrees.

THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy skies will continue for Thursday, yet with southerly winds, afternoon high temperatures will be near 60 degrees.

FRIDAY: Rain chances return Thursday night through Saturday. Friday will feature cloudy skies with rain showers possible throughout the day. Rainfall amounts look to average between a half-inch and one-inch. Friday high temperatures will be around 57 degrees.

SATURDAY: A cold front will move through Friday night into Saturday morning, continuing to give us rain showers for the start of the weekend, with colder air returning. Saturday will feature cloudy skies and rain showers in the morning, with decreasing clouds during the afternoon. Temperatures look to fall through the day Saturday, as colder air continues to move in, with a high of 41 degrees.

SUNDAY: Sunday morning will be very cold, with morning low temperatures around 20 degrees. Mostly sunny skies return for Sunday, yet afternoon high temperatures will only be around 33 degrees.

NEXT WEEK: Monday morning temperatures will be in the upper teens to around 20 degrees, with partly sunny skies for Monday, and an afternoon high of 40 degrees. There will be a chance for a few rain showers Monday into Tuesday, with the chance for light snow possibly mixing in with the rain, Monday night into Tuesday. However, no significant accumulations are expected at this time. Tuesday afternoon high temperatures will be around 42 degrees.

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