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Bryan's Wednesday Evening Forecast: 11/6/13

It was definitely a warm day across the area today, and a breezy day as well, but some rain showers are on the way for tomorrow. Meteorologist Bryan Schuerman has the details in his forecast for Wednesday Evening November 6th, 2013.
From Meteorologist Bryan Schuerman
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Weather Synopsis: Today was definitely an above average day with highs well into the 60's with breezy conditions, but that changes tonight. The clouds will increase as we get into the late evening, with rain showers developing the closer we get to morning as a cold front approaches the area. Breezy conditions with clouds and showers will prevail for most of Thursday before the clouds break into the afternoon, but it will still remain breezy through Friday.  The weekend looks great with seasonable temperatures, before our next chance of rain comes as we get into the middle of next week.

Have a great Wednesday Evening and I will see you on WHAG News at 5:00, 5:30, 6:00, 7:00 & 11:00 PM!

--Meteorologist Bryan Schuerman


Your4State Short Term Forecast:

Tonight: Increasing clouds, becoming mostly cloudy late. A chance of rain showers after midnight.  Low: 48-53.  Wind: West 5-10 MPH.

Tomorrow (Thursday): Mostly cloudy skies with a chance of rain showers through late morning. Clouds breaking for partly sunny skies in the afternoon, continued breezy.  High: 53-58.  Winds: Southwest (Changing to Northwest behind the front) 10-20 MPH with higher gusts.

Tomorrow Night: Partly cloudy skies and colder.  Low: 31-36.  Winds: West 5-15 MPH.

Your4State Extended Forecast: 

Friday: Partly sunny skies with breezy conditions.  High: 49.  Low: 31.

Saturday: Mostly sunny skies.  High: 54.  Low: 37.

Sunday: Mostly sunny skies.  High 57.  Low: 36.

Monday: Partly sunny skies.  High: 55.  Low: 35.

Tuesday: Partly sunny skies.  High: 52.  Low: 33.

Wednesday: Partly sunny skies with a chance of rain showers.  High: 43.  Low: 33.
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