(KFVS) - Good morning, it is Thursday, Nov. 8.
There could be some light drizzle in the clouds that are moving into the Heartland, this morning.
Lisa Michaels says the day will be cooler and cloudier than yesterday. Highs will only get into the lower 50s for the warmest locations.
Tonight, light rain will move in after sunset. Most of that rain will move out of the area by Friday’s Breakfast show, but some showers could linger in our Eastern counties.
There could be some rain/snow mix in our northwest counties.
Friday and Saturday will be cold. Low temperatures could dip into the 20s. However, it will be dry.
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