On Friday, Topeka saw afternoon highs in the low 60s, on Saturday highs reached the upper 60s and on Sunday the highs will be in the 70s. All of these temperatures are well above our 30 year average high temperatures for this time of year. We should normally see temperatures in the mid 50s. Overnight temperatures on Saturday are only going to drop into the middle 50s. To give these warm temperatures some perspective; when you wake up on Sunday morning, the temperature will already be where it is supposed to be during a normal mid-November afternoon. However, cooler, more seasonable weather is geared to move in during the upcoming work week.
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