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November 27, 2017 #TriCitiesWx Forecast

November 27, 2017

We’re going to have calm weather for a while this week, so here’s a quick Tri-Cities Weather Blog forecast!

Look for clear skies and cool conditions tonight, another night ending below freezing. Sunshine will dominate our weather again tomorrow, as we warm up toward the lower 60’s.

After a morning about average temperature wise (close to 30), Wednesday should be a partly cloudy day at worst, with highs around 62. A cold front will bring those extra clouds by during the day.

Another front brings a partly to mostly cloudy day and a few scattered showers Thursday, with highs near 60. We start December with a few rain showers Friday morning with partly cloudy skies late as we warm up to 58 degrees.

That’s it for now! I’ll be back hopefully a little earlier in the afternoon tomorrow with a full forecast. Have a great Tuesday!

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