Temperatures will be more than 30 degrees above average in some locations.
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Four of the past five Novembers have been cooler than normal.
Dry weather expected other than a few showers this evening and chance of rain Sunday night.
Temperatures may run toward the mid-50s tomorrow. There could be some raindrops as well.
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By Thursday, temperatures are forecast to surge into the 60s for the first time in two weeks.
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Still on the cool side today, then warming temperatures with 60s possible on Thursday. Turning colder again by Sunday.
Anything that falls is inconsequential. We may try for 50 as skies clear tomorrow.
Most of the western and central U.S. is set to experience temperatures about 10 to 15 degrees above normal for the next week, at least.
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60 degrees is possible later this week.
Gusty northwest winds and temperatures in the 40s will keep a chill in the air.
Blustery again tomorrow but then a milder trend into midweek.
A few early-morning snowflakes won't last, as sunshine and temperatures in the 50s return for Sunday.
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Anything that falls is of the "conversational variety." Sunday's likely the nicer day of the weekend.
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Winds drop off a bit compared to today, but it's still biting at times.
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Heavy rains may lead to addittional flooding this weekend and around Tuesday next week
Below-average chill into next week may be interrupted slightly with mildness Sunday.