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Expect a bright start for some this morning, along with cool temperatures to begin your workweek.  Clouds will quickly increase today, so enjoy any early sunshine available!  Rain chances will follow by late afternoon, as temperatures level off into the upper 50s.  Here is a breakdown of the day:

Rain will spread over the state tonight and come in waves for Tuesday and Wednesday.  Heavy pockets are expected, along with added windy conditions but NO SEVERE weather anticipated across the state!  In between the heavier rain, expect temperatures to push into lower 60s, keeping with our mild November.  Here are some rainfall estimates by Thursday morning:

After the rain, a cooler shot of air arrives late week and into the upcoming weekend!  For now, a SMALL chance of rain mixing with some flurries on Saturday, but nothing to write home about and shouldn't be that surprising for late November.  In fact, in terms of snow we are running below normal by .60" for the season.

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