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The tremendous amount of sunshine will still make for perfect recreational weather conditions going into this weekend. Anticipate highs to climb to the mid 80s for the next couple of days. And the only 'big' changes we're expecting is during the overnight period. Temps are going to be in the  50s for the next couple of days, then become even more mild.

Temps will stay in the 60s overnight, and more moisture building as well. And the next possibility of rain may come as early as Monday. But that chance of rain is only a 20% chance of showers - and it's much needed rain for our area.

 

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