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Cool snap now becomes warm spell next week

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WEATHER STORY: Yesterday's low has gone and now cooler air from the north has returned and that has taken temperatures down to cooler than normal levels. The air pressure is on the higher side, though, so we at least have sunshine to brighten the day. Similar conditions will last through Friday. Saturday will be different as it gets cloudier, warmer and a little rainier.

THURSDAY NIGHT: Clouds will briefly build back in so the overnight low temps won't be overly chilly. Lows will be near 20. The wind will be calm.

FRIDAY: The high will take the sky over again so it will be mostly sunny. But, the chill returns with a high of only 35. The normal is 45. The wind will be SW 5-10 mph.

SATURDAY: A new low will make it partly sunny to mostly cloudy and kick out a 30% chance for rain showers. The high will be near 45 after a morning low of 25. The wind will be WSW 10-20 mph.

COMING UP: The warm up on Saturday will be the start of a warm spell next week. There will be a stumble on Sunday back to the 30's briefly but starting Monday, temps could start running 40 to 50. Meteorologist Dave Anderson will talk about how long that early November warm spell will last on the CBS 3 evening news. Meteorologist Kaitlyn Moffett will have updates Friday morning from 5-7 am on the CBS 3 morning news.

Dave Anderson

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