Clouds did a good job in capping our temperature rise Friday. Most spots reached the mid- and upper 30s, which is a little on the chilly side as we enter the coldest time of year. Following a rather cloudy and otherwise gloomy workweek, we’ll welcome blue skies this weekend.

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Through Tonight: There might be a few breaks into the evening, but it will probably take a good chunk of the night to get rid of most of the clouds. Because of that, temperatures will be somewhat uniform. Lows will be in the mid- and upper 20s.

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Tomorrow (Saturday): Sun will come back in a big way. The main downside will be a gusty wind from the northwest. It will be sustained around 15 mph, and gusts could be near 30 mph at times. High temperatures should be in the low to mid-40s.

Sunday: Sunshine will again rule our skies. There should be a bit less wind, as well. Temperatures are expected to be in the mid- and upper 40s.

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