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CORTLAND, N.Y. – Temperatures will remain unusually warm for mid-November this week, though the weather will feel more like winter by the end of the weekend.
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Quiet, sunny weather will continue for the next several days, but a cold front from the north is expected to bring rain Wednesday night into Thursday, according to The National Weather Service in Binghamton.
Temperatures will descend into the upper 40s by the end of the work week; still, meteorologists say those are above normal temperatures for this time of year.
Central New York has been experiencing unseasonably warm weather in November. The average temperature so far this month is higher than the October average temperature, according to the National Weather Service.
Here's a look at your complete forecast for the week:
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