Clouds were kind of stubborn today. Despite that, temperatures rose to right around 60. That’s pretty mild for late November, even if it’s also a sizable cool-down since Thanksgiving. As temperatures come down a few degrees more, we’ve got a rather seasonable weekend ahead. With lots of sunshine around, it should be a good one to get outdoors.

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Through Tonight: We continue to see variably cloudy skies going into the night. There’s a slight chance of a quick sprinkle but nothing of consequence. Lows range from the upper 30s to low 40s.

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Tomorrow (Saturday): It’s a beautiful day with lots of sunshine. Perhaps one of those days you can’t find a cloud! Highs are in the mid- and upper 50s. Winds are a bit feisty, out of the northwest around 10 mph with gusts to 20 mph.

Sunday: More of the same, in general. We should see skies turn cloudier with time, but also plenty of sun once again. Highs are in the mid-50s, with some upper 50s possible. Rain works into the area overnight as a big storm moves through the east.

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