Winds are going to continue to pick up through the morning and last through the early afternoon, with gusts up to 20mph from the north. Temperatures will be noticeably cooler this afternoon compared to yesterday, as we top out around the mid to upper 50's for the high.
Temperatures warmed today back to the low 70s across a majority of the area.
Thursday has partly cloudy skies and highs are in the low 40s. More clouds build in for Thursday out ahead of a cold front, but temperatures will still soar to around 66. A weak front brings down cooler air at the end of the week, dropping the high Friday back into the lower and mid 50s. We will only reach a high of 38 with a 10% chance of rain. Rain returns Sunday. For now, it looks like mainly rain showers, but a few elevated thunderstorms could develop as well.
Rain will linger into the morning hours Sunday and begin to dissipate through the rest of the day.
FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Not as cold tonight; cloudy skies through the weekend
Tonight's skies will be mostly cloudy, with a low around 26. By daybreak winds will settle to 8 miles per hour, but wind chills will still be in the upper teens to low 20s by daybreak. Winds will be mostly calm through the day but shift to the south and pick up overnight.
Saturday should be mostly sunny with temperatures in the mid 50s.
Tuesday and Wednesday, our temperatures slowly warm to the mid to upper 60s under dry conditions. We then clear up and cool down Wednesday. Another cold front will move through Sunday, and this one will have more moisture associated with it.
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