This afternoon will be warm and breezy with winds flowing out of the south. Temperatures will be similar to yesterday with highs expected to reach the middle and upper 70s. Hold your hats this afternoon with wind gusts up to 20 MPH at times. Besides a very slim chance for a stray shower into this evening, most of the day should remain dry. The chance to see scattered showers will begin to increase overnight and into early Thursday morning as a front begins to approach the area.
Keep an umbrella nearby through the morning hours tomorrow. Everyone might not see the rain, but everyone will have the chance to see a shower. The cold front could clear most of the area by lunch time or so and that is when the cooler and drier air will begin to filter in. Temperatures will likely be in the 60s to start off the day before falling to the 50s tomorrow afternoon.
Skies will be sunny on Friday to end off the week, but we will be much colder with highs only in the upper 50s and low 60s with overnight lows back into the 30s. We don’t stay cool for long as temperatures trend warmer into the weekend. Models suggest another front could move in on Monday of next week bringing us another shot of showers and another cool down.
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