Holiday Forecast: Tuesday Update

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By Quincy Vagell on November 20, 2012, 2:30pm Last modified: November 20, 2012, 2:33pm

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Inland forecast:

An offshore storm will continue to bring some clouds to the area, but conditions should stay dry throughout the day. Temperatures will be seasonable as highs reach into the lower 50's. There are no travel concerns anywhere across the East Coast of the U.S.

With high pressure moving in, clouds will break for some sunshine. This also means slightly warmer temperatures as highs rebound into the mid-50s. All in all it looks like a very pleasant day as temperatures will be about 5 degrees above average.

Mild weather continues and for those hitting the stores at midnight, temperatures should be near 40 degrees. During the day, sunshine will give way to some late afternoon and evening clouds ahead of a cold front. Highs should generally reach the upper 50's.

Around the country:
The three day period looks pretty quiet for most of the U.S. Storminess may linger into Wednesday across the Pacific Northwest. A storm moves into the upper Midwest by Thursday with some unsettled weather. Friday looks a bit stormy across the Great Lakes, but that's about it.

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