The pesky ocean storm finally pulled far enough away for sunshine to take over today. Despite the sun, chilly flow from the north held temperatures at near average levels - reaching the mid-50s for highs.We’ll do modestly better than that over the next two days as the northerly flow gradually transitions to more southerly.

Through Tonight: Mostly clear and seasonably cold. Lows range from 30-32 in the colder suburbs to near 40 downtown. Patchy frost is likely in many spots.

Thanksgiving and Black Friday: Beautiful sunshine dominates both days. Highs Thursday are 55-59 warming to 58-63 on Friday. Thursday night is just like tonight: clear with lows 30-40 (suburbs-city).

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