Data pix.

7-day forecast

Wednesday Nov. 20

Hazy with some breaks in the clouds allowing some peaks of sun. A couple of degrees milder with a low in the low to mid 40s.
Light WSW winds turn SE 3-9 mph.
Clouds increase after sunset with rain developing overnight.
Low near 40 but temperatures will slowly begin to rise after midnight.
Southeast winds turn south and increase to 12-22 mph.
Heavier rain begins near daybreak.

Thursday Nov. 21

Windy and milder. Morning rain changes to showers by late morning. An above normal high in the mid 50s. SSW winds 20-30 mph with gusts to 40 mph. Showers diminish by late afternoon. Low near 30 with NW winds.

Friday Nov. 22

Partly cloudy, breezy, much colder. North winds 8-15 mph diminish in the afternoon. High in the upper 30s, more than 5° below normal. Partly cloudy overnight with flurries possible. Light N winds and a low in the upper 20s.

Saturday Nov. 23

Chance for morning light snow or flurries. Mostly cloudy with light west winds. A chilly high in the upper 30s with a normal high for the day in the mid 40s. Partly cloudy overnight with west winds 8-15 mph.

Sunday Nov. 24

Partly sunny, breezy and a little milder. A seasonable high in the low to mid 40s. Dry over most of the central U.S. Southwest winds 8-15 mph. Partly cloudy overnight with persisting southwest winds. Low in the low 30s.

Monday Nov. 25

Another day with SW winds helping raise the afternoon temperature to the mid to upper 40s. Clouds increase overnight as winds turn to the SSE 8-12 mph. Nighttime temperatures hold fairly steady with a in the mid 30s.

Tuesday Nov. 26

Becoming cloudy and windy with an increasing chance of rain. A slightly above normal high in the mid 40s. Heavy rain possible overnight as a strong low moves toward the western Great Lakes.

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