ABC7 StormWatch with Doug Hill and Jacqui Jeras

11/21/2014 5:52 PM EST

36° Clear Feels like: 30°

  • High: 40° - Low 29°
  • Wind: From NW at 7mph
  • Humidity: 29% | UV Index: Moderate
  • Dew Point: 6° | Pressure: 30.54 in

Updated 3:05 pm November 21, 2014

Temperatures dropped back into the 30s for much of the day Friday but milder air makes a return for the weekend.

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ABC7 Belfort Furniture Weather Center
Updated 2:55 pm
Mostly Clear and Cold
Lows: Teens to Mid 20s
Wind: SW 2-5 m.p.h.
Partly Cloudy and Cool
Highs: Mid to Upper 40s
Wind: SW 4-8 m.p.h.
Increasing Clouds, Rain After Sunset
Highs: Mid 50s
Precipitation: 60% Late

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As expected, temperatures took a nose dive today with afternoon readings running 14-17 degrees colder than yesterday. Skies will remain clear tonight and become partly cloudy tomorrow. The core of this current mini-air mass will move out early tomorrow allowing temperatures to climb back into the middle 40s. On Sunday, a warm front will approach our area. This will cause increasing cloudiness after some morning sunshine. The front will also allow temperatures to reach the middle 50s but it will also bring a good chance of rain to the region later Sunday afternoon or evening.

Monday still looks like a great outdoor weather day with partly sunny skies and high temperatures approaching 70 degrees. It will turn a bit cooler on Tuesday. On Wednesday, historically the busiest travel day of the year, it will be much cooler with partly cloudy skies and we will have a slight chance of showers as a cold front crosses the region. On Thanksgiving Day it will be partly cloudy and seasonably cold.

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