Late-Week Warmup for Dallas

By Samantha-Rae Tuthill, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
November 15, 2013; 1:08 AM ET
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After a frigid drop in temperatures to begin the workweek, Wednesday marked a rebound towards some warmer conditions.

Leading up to the weekend, each day will feature mostly sunny skies, with intermittent clouds appearing more frequently each day as the week goes on. Friday will also be breezier than the midweek.

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Highs will moderate back up into the upper 50s through the middle 60s by the end of the workweek. Overnight lows will return to well above freezing temperatures in the highs 40s to lower 60s by Friday.

The weekend will be much warmer with highs peaking in the lower 80s, though skies will be much cloudier. A possible shower or two may crop up in the area on Saturday. Otherwise, this week should be plenty dry.

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