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Wednesday, November 8 Overnight Forecast

Cool and quiet finish to the week. A little rain over the weekend.

Sunshine finally returned after a gloomy couple of days.  The clearer skies will open the door to a colder night with most spots dipping a little below freezing.

After a frosty start to our Thursday, we'll find sunny skies and a comfortably cool afternoon as temperatures climb into the upper 50s.  Winds won't be terribly strong, but will shift to a northwesterly direction as a reinforcing shot of chilly air moves in late in the day.

This will set the stage for lows in the mid to upper 20s Friday morning near and north of Hwy. 60.  Skies will again be sunny, but a touch cooler with highs in the low to mid 50s.

Veterans Day will come with increasing clouds and breezier winds.  Temperatures will remain on the cool side with morning lows in the 30s and afternoon highs in the mid to upper 50s.  Light showers will hold off until Saturday night, and won't amount to much.  Skies will clear on Sunday with temperatures remaining cool.

Temperatures will be pretty close to normal for the first half of next week.  We'll find a fairly bright start to the week, but another storm will sweep through Tuesday into Wednesday bringing cloudier skies and a chance for some showers.


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