WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy skies and a few late day showers will be possible, with a high temperature of 56 degrees. Record setting temperatures are likely this afternoon as highs reach the upper 70s.
Monday: Mostly sunny and warmer. Highs will climb into the mid and upper 60s. These numbers will be about 10 degrees warmer compared to yesterday's highs so it should be a little more comfortable to be out and about.
Mostly fair skies with afternoon temperatures in the 70s were found over our area Thanksgiving afternoon.
Wednesday and Wednesday night will bring a slight chance of rain and possibly snow with a high in the upper 40s and an overnight low in the lower 30s.
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Once the aforementioned cold front sweeps offshore, winds shift around from the northwest and become rather brisk, helping to usher in a modest shot of cold air to wrap up the weekend. Today's high temperatures look to climb back to the low 50s.
Temperatures will jump to the middle 50s as we head back to work and school Monday, and continue into Tuesday. The only thing the cold front will do is change the winds from the south to the north, ushering in cooler temperatures (though right around average!) for your Sunday.
It's a breezy weekend, with a few showers on Saturday. Tuesday turns much milder under mostly sunny skies. This once again means a return to milder temperatures.