Weather from NBC Storm Team 4 — Updated 8:25 p.m. Nov. 26, 2015
We enjoyed one of the nicest Thanksgiving Days in recent memory as highs soared into the 60s with a good deal of sunshine. Quiet weather will continue Thursday night, but there could be some fog late. Friday will be another dry and mild day, but sunshine will be limited by cloud cover at times. An approaching cold front will keep skies cloudy on Saturday, with a risk of rain in the afternoon. The front will push through and stall to our south Sunday, bringing an unsettled and rather cool weather pattern to start the new week.
THURSDAY NIGHT: Partly cloudy. Areas of low cloudiness and fog developing.
Lows upper 30s to mid 40s
FRIDAY: Early low clouds and fog, then partly sunny and mild.
Highs in the low to mid 60s
SATURDAY: Cloudy and mild. A chance of showers in the afternoon.
Highs near 60
SUNDAY: Showers … mostly light. Cooler.
Highs in the lower 50s
MONDAY: A chance of showers and continued cool.
Highs around 50
High Thursday afternoon was 64. Low Thursday morning 40 . Normal High/Low: 54/38
SUNSET AT 4:48 PM SUNRISE FRIDAY AT 7:03 AM SUNSET FRIDAY AT 4:48 PM
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