Tuesday, 11/29
Late October-level temps arrive, then freezing weather returns overnight. The day opens mild. Temps at sunrise hover around 40 degrees. Mid/high-level clouds thin, allowing partial sunshine to help boost temps to a level as much as 15 degrees above normal. Readings peak in the mid-upper 50s. A few spots may reach 60 degrees. S winds 20-30 mph and gusty shift NW during the evening. Cloudy with a period of showers during the evening, then variably cloudy, blustery and turning much colder. Temps dip below freezing overnight.

Wednesday, 11/30
Morning flurries possible, then decreasing cloudiness, blustery and cold. Temps peak in the low-mid 30s. W winds 25-35 mph and gusty. Clear and cold with diminishing winds at night.

Thursday, 12/1
High pressure supplies tranquil conditions. Temps run about 6 degrees below normal despite partly-mostly sunny skies. Highs reach the mid 30s. Light winds become SW-S 10-15 mph.

Friday, 12/2
Partly-mostly cloudy and mild. Strong S-SW winds gusting to around 40 mph help propel temps to around 50 degrees. A chance of evening showers, then partial clearing and colder.

Saturday, 12/3
Post-frontal clouds linger early, then becoming mostly sunny. Windy and seasonably cold. Daytime temps peak in the low 40s. WNW winds 25-35 mph and gusty diminish late in the day.

Sunday, 12/4
Morning sun fades as skies turn cloudy. Chance of late afternoon-evening rain. Little change in temps with highs around 40. Light winds become S-SE 10-20 mph.

Monday, 12/5
Cloudy. Rain chances increase as the day progresses. Rather chilly, but seasonable for early December. Highs again hover around 40 degrees. NE-E winds 15-25 mph.

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