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Posted at 3:15 PM ET, 11/20/2009

PM Update: Weekend starts sunny; Rainy finish?

By Ian Livingston

Work week ends calm with near-average temperatures

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Other than a sometimes gusty wind from the northwest, today has been quite pleasant, especially following the storminess of last night. Mostly sunny skies throughout the day have helped temperatures rise a bit above normal for late November, as highs neared 60 most spots. This evening promises worry free weather. Just bring a jacket along, as we'll cool off nicely once the sun sets.

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Through Tonight: Evening temperatures quickly fall through 50s and into the 40s while winds of today subside a little. Mostly clear skies and fairly calm winds overnight will conspire to produce chilly -- but pretty typical -- overnight temperatures ranging from the mid-30s to the lower 40s.

Tomorrow (Saturday): The weekend starts off right with a mostly sunny day replete with light winds. Chilly morning temperatures rise to highs mostly in the upper 50s. Some increase in cloudiness may be noted by evening.

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By Ian Livingston  | November 20, 2009; 3:15 PM ET
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