Endless blue skies and warmer temperatures for Friday!

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ANOTHER MILD DAY TO END THE WEEK

Skies are clear overnight and winds are light to calm allowing temperatures to dip into the middle and upper 30s to near 40 degrees by morning. High pressure dominates our day Friday bringing lots of sunshine and pretty blue skies. Winds shift to the southwest pulling in much warmer air boosting temperatures to the upper 60s to near 70 degrees Friday.

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WEEKEND OUTLOOK

We begin the weekend dry and mild. Temperatures climb to the lower 60s again under plenty of sunshine initially. Clouds return quickly filtering the sun by the afternoon Saturday. Our next system is packing a punch. Showers move in during the late afternoon and continue overnight. As much colder air intrudes the area, rain showers may mix with snow too. The Great Lakes are still warm so the cold northwest wind is likely to produce Lake Effect Snow which may reach our northwest counties. 5-day-winter-gear-forecastTemperatures drop 20 degrees or more by Sunday as highs only climb to the lower 40s, which is more November like. Increasing winds add to the cold and miserable day. A few rain and snow showers are possible through the day too. However, there will be plenty of dry hours if you plan on heading out. It’s another cloudy and cold day Monday. Isolated flurries can’t be ruled out.

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Winds are still breezy with highs remaining in the 40s. Tuesday is dry with highs near 50 and running below the average of 54 degrees. Heading towards the Thanksgiving Day holiday, our next system brings rain showers ad temperatures more seasonable in the lower 50s. Thanksgiving Day is looking wet with scattered showers and highs in the 40s as a cold front pushes through the area. It is followed by drier air and sunshine for Black Friday.

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Stay with FOX43 Weather for updated changes to the forecast through the rest of the week!

Have a good day!

MaryEllen Pann,

Chief Meteorologist