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Mild November weather will give way to seasonal temperatures and maybe even snow

Mild weather to start November isn't expected to last forever. It's expected to give way to some colder temperatures and storm chances, which could even include snow in some parts of the region.

Mild weather to start November isn't expected to last forever. It's expected to give way to some colder temperatures and storm chances, which could even include snow in some parts of the region.

StormTRACKER meteorologist Andrew Piepenburg gives this week's agriweather forecast on AgweekTV.

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