By Matt DeLucia, CBS2 Meteorologist/Weather Producer

It’s much cooler with more clouds to wrap up the weekend. After the low and mid 60s yesterday, we’ll only reach the low 50s this afternoon… right where we should be for this time of year. Some scattered drizzle or light showers are possible, but the bulk of the rain activity holds off until tonight.

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Expect on/off showers overnight into tomorrow morning. This is a warm front, so temps will actually be gradually rising into the mid 50s by sunrise. The last of the rain should be out around midday Monday. We’ll see an early high of 56 or so ahead of the cold front, then it’s a chilly but brighter afternoon as we fall back into the 40s.

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Tuesday is looking like a sunny, but colder day in the 40s before we bounce back into the 50s for midweek. Out next rain chance moves in late Wednesday night and into the Thanksgiving holiday.

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