Rain showers will move through state this weekend

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Scattered rain will be possible throughout the day today as warmer air arrives from the southwest.  The warm air will be around through Sunday with an overnight front bringing back the chill.  Up until then temps will be near the average this weekend with rain around.

Today and Sunday:

Breezy and overcast today with our highs near 50.  Scattered showers will be possible with only small accumulations expected.  Today should be the warmest day of the past week.  Winds will remain breezy and will come in from the south.

Sunday highs will be even warmer with highs nearing 60°.  I think we see a little sunshine through a pillow of clouds.  While most of the morning and early afternoon hours will be dry, rain chances will go up again later that afternoon into the evening hours where many could see up to an inch of rain.  As we get into Monday morning (Before 3 am) temperatures will begin to plummet and we may see some sort of mixture of snow and ice mixed in with the rain.  At this point the chance of wintry precipitation is relatively low.

Next week:

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The chill returns with highs struggling to crack the 35 degree mark.  Monday afternoon should see temperatures in the 30s with highs on Tuesday of just 34.  Wednesday could be one of the warmest afternoons of the week with a high near 40.  Thanksgiving Day may see some light snow around.  At this point Thursday is the day with the greatest variation between models as to what we should expect to occur.