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KLST Mon. 11/25/13 Noon Weather

Afternoon weather forecast for Monday, November 25, 2013.

More freezing temperatures expected this morning along with possible icy roadways. Rainfall overnight made a wet start to the day, but temperatures did not reach the freezing mark.  Most places that saw the icy conditions were elevated roadways and overpasses along with powerlines More sleet is also possible as low pressure moves through the region. Most of the freezing precip should pass by Noon, but there is a second chance later this evening into the overnight hours. By the afternoon, looking for partly sunny conditions and cold with highs only topping 45 degrees. The good news, this is a 10 degree swing from the weekend and kick starts a much warmer trend. As the system moves through, more cloud cover is expended help to keep conditions at the freezing mark, winds will also pick up out of the northwest 10 to 15 miles per hour. One more cold front will pass through by Tuesday keeping conditions in the 40's with mostly sunny skies and gusty winds 15 to 20. Going into Wednesday skies will clear allowing for low back in the 20's. By Wednesday afternoon 50's will be back in the forecast continuing the warmer trend just in time for Thanksgiving. 60's return by Black Friday and hold for the remainder of the Holiday weekend, with near 65 on Saturday and 66 on Sunday. Also make sure to visit the homepage and post your weather photos from this weekend.

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