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Daily Forecast, November 18, 2023

Franklin County Forecast:

In the forecast for today, we are expecting light rain, with a high of 54.23°F and a low of 36.81°F.

The humidity level is at 50%. The wind speed is around 14.09mph.

Hour by Hour Forecast:

Friday 1 pm: overcast clouds, 64.47°F.
Friday 2 pm: overcast clouds, 64.8°F.
Friday 3 pm: overcast clouds, 64.29°F.
Friday 4 pm: overcast clouds, 63.03°F.
Friday 5 pm: overcast clouds, 60.15°F.
Friday 6 pm: overcast clouds, 57.92°F.
Friday 7 pm: light rain, 56.34°F.
Friday 8 pm: moderate rain, 54.25°F.
Friday 9 pm: light rain, 53.67°F.
Friday 10 pm: light rain, 53.73°F.
Friday 11 pm: light rain, 54.12°F.
Saturday 12 am: light rain, 54.19°F.
Saturday 1 am: overcast clouds, 54.18°F.
Saturday 2 am: overcast clouds, 54.23°F.
Saturday 3 am: overcast clouds, 54.16°F.
Saturday 4 am: overcast clouds, 54.12°F.
Saturday 5 am: overcast clouds, 50.86°F.
Saturday 6 am: overcast clouds, 48.88°F.
Saturday 7 am: broken clouds, 46.36°F.
Saturday 8 am: broken clouds, 45.37°F.
Saturday 9 am: scattered clouds, 45.39°F.
Saturday 10 am: few clouds, 46.17°F.
Saturday 11 am: few clouds, 47.55°F.
Saturday 12 pm: few clouds, 49.28°F.
Saturday 1 pm: clear sky, 50.45°F.
Saturday 2 pm: clear sky, 50.83°F.
Saturday 3 pm: clear sky, 50.41°F.
Saturday 4 pm: clear sky, 48.33°F.
Saturday 5 pm: clear sky, 44.37°F.
Saturday 6 pm: clear sky, 41.83°F.
Saturday 7 pm: clear sky, 40.5°F.
Saturday 8 pm: clear sky, 38.93°F.
Saturday 9 pm: clear sky, 37.96°F.
Saturday 10 pm: clear sky, 37.29°F.
Saturday 11 pm: clear sky, 36.81°F.
Sunday 12 am: clear sky, 36.61°F.
Sunday 1 am: clear sky, 36.23°F.
Sunday 2 am: clear sky, 35.96°F.
Sunday 3 am: clear sky, 35.44°F.
Sunday 4 am: clear sky, 34.81°F.
Sunday 5 am: clear sky, 34.2°F.
Sunday 6 am: clear sky, 33.93°F.
Sunday 7 am: clear sky, 33.8°F.
Sunday 8 am: clear sky, 36.79°F.
Sunday 9 am: clear sky, 42.8°F.
Sunday 10 am: clear sky, 46.45°F.
Sunday 11 am: clear sky, 49.73°F.
Sunday 12 pm: clear sky, 52.36°F.


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