The last weekend before Thanksgiving has been rather devoid of sunshine. A series of fast-moving frontal systems will keep the cloud cover locked in through Sunday, which will moderate temperatures a bit, especially compared to the chilly values we saw this morning.

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Through tonight: Clouds will quickly fill in tonight, leaving us mostly cloudy overnight. But it will be warmer compared with last night. Lows will bottom out in the mid- to upper 30s, with little wind to speak of.

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Tomorrow (Sunday): Cloud cover will continue to dominate on Sunday, with little chance of us catching a glimpse of the sun. Temperatures will be a bit milder on the back of a light wind from the south, with highs reaching the mid- to upper 50s. There will be a slight chance at a stray shower or two in the afternoon. Shower chances will increase overnight Sunday, with lows in the mid-40s.

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