Good Tuesday.  We have pretty interesting weather over the next few days.  Today we are starting warm, in the 50s.  Skies are cloudy this morning, and we may have a few light sprinkles on and off.  This afternoon skies will remain cloudy with a few on/off showers and highs in the mid to upper 60s.

We will warm even further Wednesday with clouds, spotty showers, and highs reaching a record tying 70 degrees.

Thursday I expect we will see skies clear through the day.  Temps will start near 60 degrees in the morning.  By the afternoon, it will be mostly sunny, and we will be sporting a record breaking high of 75 (the record is 74).

A cold front will bring us rain and colder weather Friday.  We will start with lows in the low 40s.  The rain will taper off, but we will see temps dropping through much of the day after an early high of 46.

Saturday will be dry, but the cold air will have firmly settled in.  Temps Saturday morning will be in the mid 20s!  We will only manage a high in the upper 40s.

Sunday will be a bit warmer withe temps in the mid 30s in the morning and low 50s in the afternoon.  I expect rain showers on and off through the day Sunday.  The rain will likely linger into Monday.

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  • 8am... Overcast / Sprinkle?, 56
  • Noon... Overcast / Sprinkle?, 64
  • 5pm... Overcast / Sprinkle?, 69