If we were really lazy we'd cut and paste the last two paragraphs of our previous forecast because nothing much has changed since then. A weak cold front is passing through the city this morning. The front is expected to come to a stop just south of here, setting the stage for this weekend's weather.

This afternoon's high will only reach the lower 40s under mostly cloudy skies. This will be the coldest November since 1996. With the front stalled on the ground and an upper level disturbance above we can expect clouds and maybe light rain from this evening through tomorrow. The first day of December may wind up a degree or two warmer than today but it will still be a raw, damp and chilly day.

A real warm up takes place on Sunday when the stalled cold front gets pushed northward as a warm front. Temperatures on Sunday will climb into the lower 50s if not higher. Highs early next week may flirt with 60 degrees. Some sort of front will return things back to near normal on Wednesday or Thursday.