A weak snow maker made its mark on some of our yards this morning. The bulk of the snow is over with, but flurries are still possible as we move into the rest of the day. Highs today will settle in the mid 30s.
Our focus then turns to Black Friday shopping. You talk about a cold start to the day. If you are headed out tonight and into tomorrow morning you will be standing in temperatures dropping to the teens and 20s. Highs during the afternoon in the 30s and dry.
Our weekend looks a lot milder as we jump to the 50s and 60s. Most of us stay dry, but we will have a chance at a couple showers through Saturday. I think there's a better opportunity of rain on Sunday, though.
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