ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) -- In a week that has featured some ups and downs and a lot of wind, we're going to experience a fairly typical mid November day today with some clouds, the chance of light showers, and seasonable temperatures.
A weak storm system from the west is moving through the region today, bringing us those light rain chances for the heart of the day, mostly in the mid-morning to mid-afternoon hours to go with occasional sun and clouds for our Thursday. We'll see high temperatures in the mid 40s.
Lows tonight should be near 32 before we enjoy a day with abundant sunshine between storm systems tomorrow, with highs in the upper 40s across the area.
The weekend will feature more widespread rain through the day Saturday, with light showers Sunday. High temperatures will be slightly warmer this weekend before colder, drier air pours in for early next week.
High temperatures for next Monday through Wednesday look to be cooler than normal, as we deal with another relatively short-lived cold snap.
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