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November 6, 2011 at 12:03 PM

The Morning Memo / Sunday: It may rain again today, but hey, you got to sleep in

The clock: If you schlepped to the neighborhood coffee shop down this morning only to find it wasn’t open yet or that your favorite TV program for some reason wasn’t on, you probably forgot to set your clocks back an hour before you went to bed last night. It’s “fall back” time again — the end of Daylight Savings Time, and the morning when we get an extra hour to sleep in.

Weather:  The day may be starting out clear but showers are likely to fall again today. And Monday. Ditto Tuesday. In fact, showers or a good chance of ’em are what you can expect through Saturday, when there might be even a little bit of, gulp, snow mixed in with a little light rain.  More weather info.

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