Temperatures dipping near the freezing mark will struggle this afternoon to top out in the upper 60's near 68 degrees. Winds will start from the north switching to the east, but still fairly light 5 to 10 miles per hour. High pressure along the surface will assist in the pattern shift, but not enough to really change much. Friday looks to be about the same with winds back to the south-southwest and temps near 67 degrees. By the weekend, the weather pattern will be fairly stable allowing for temperatures to warm back up to the seasonal mark in the mid 70's. A little more cloud cover expected Sunday but still pleasant near 75 degrees. Mid 70's persist through the start of the next work week including Veteran's Day. By mid week watching for another cold front to pass through dropping temps below average once again across the region. The timing remains uncertain so going with a in between approach with 70's still in the forecast for Tuesday cooling down to the 60's for Wednesday.
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