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(WJW) – If you liked yesterday’s weather, you are going to love today!
Highs will climb into the mid-60s with mostly sunny skies.
Friday, our next system moves in bringing showers and wind. Showers develop in our western areas by 8 a.m. and proceed east. By lunchtime, rain will be widespread and heavy at times Showers wrap up around 6 p.m.
Temps fall late Friday (40s by early evening) and into the weekend.
We will be dry and sunny for the weekend, albeit much cooler.
Rain redevelops early next week (Tuesday/early Wednesday) per Meteorologist Scott Sabol’s long-range outlook issued last week.
Here are the forecast bullet points for Thanksgiving week:
- Long range outlook shows a brief cool-down this weekend
- One possibly two days of milder temps (50s)
- Rain develops Tuesday with another round of colder air
- Cold air looks to occur in 48-hour intervals
Here is the 8-day forecast:
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