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Typical November day today, but we are warming up

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Our first day of November has been cloudy, chilly and damp with highs only reaching the mid 40s after starting in the upper 20s!

An upper level disturbance brought light showers to the area this afternoon and evening and an approaching warm front will keep the chance for showers around overnight into early Thursday, however very little rain amounts are expected. Temperatures will slowly rise to around 50 by dawn and skies remain cloudy with a few showers for the AM commute. We turn breezy and get some breaks of sun for the afternoon, bringing highs into the upper 60s!

We keep our warmer weather to end the week with highs getting into the lower 70s Friday ahead of a cold front (about 15 degrees above normal). We will again be a bit cloudy and breezy with showers possible later at night with the passing front. Very little rain is expected.

We turn cooler for this weekend with highs back to the 50s both Saturday and Sunday. High clouds will either veil or block out sunshine on Saturday. We stay rain-free, but brisk with a wind out of the north-northeast. Another warm front to our southwest will head north and pass through New England Sunday, keeping skies cloudy. Showers are looking likely as well, but the day shouldn’t be a total washout.

We will see another warm up Monday ahead of another cold front, so expect a good amount of clouds, a healthy southwest breeze and temps climbing back into the middle and upper 60s. This front will bring another rain chance later in the afternoon and evening. The front should head far enough to our south to allow for skies to clear Tuesday. We look dry and cooler through midweek.

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