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More Sun, More Warmth, More Rain Later...

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A chilly start to the day is not going to put a damper on the sunny and much milder afternoon we expect for today. Highs are expected to reach to the mid to upper 60s, which is above the norm for this time of the year. Record highs for today are in the 80s, so it won't be quite that mild, but nice nonetheless. Winds are south east at 10-15 mph.

Tonight we'll chill out once again, but it won't fall below freezing. We anticipate a few clouds moving into our area - keeping the temps tolerable and above freezing. Overnight lows will stay in the 40s to upper 30s.

Saturday more moisture will be in place - giving us a little cloud cover in the morning hours. Highs will reach to near 70 degrees, winds south east 6-11 mph. Rain will begin to our west, but looks like it will hold off until Sunday.

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