Pesky cloud cover lingered through the afternoon, enhanced in part by an approaching cold front. Highs ranged through the 30s, with low 40s in the far-southeast.
The clouds will persist this evening into tonight as the cold front passes through. Some spotty drizzle or a few sprinkles or flurries will be possible, and it will turn a bit cooler.
Pleasant late November weather is expected through Sunday morning. Winds will be breezy at times. A cold front is forecast to slide through the area Sunday morning, leading to increasing west to northwest winds and possibly flurries or a few snow showers.
Breezy and chilly conditions are expected through the middle of next week as a strong low pressure system develops to the east of the Great Lakes and then lingers. Lake-effect flurries or snow showers will be possible across the north, with flurries elsewhere.
Have a good night and a fantastic Friday! Meteorologist Mike Breunling 3:15 p.m. November 26, 2020
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