The majority of the day will feature 'normal' conditions for this time of the year, with temps climbing into the lower 80s. A few areas of scattered fog in the early morning hours should not pose a significant delay in early morning travel, primarily in the southeast corner of the state.
Winds will be from the SE 10-15mph.
Tonight another clear sky line is expected, with clouds staying limited, but still present. For the most part it stays clear, however a few patches of clouds will set up for an even 'milder' overnight in some areas.
Temps are going to stay in the upper 50s most of the overnight period. And the winds will be south east at 5-10 mph.
Friday the warmth crosses over to the 'abnormal' side of the scale, so to speak. Temps will rise into the upper 80s rather quickly.
Additionally, the winds pushing out of the southeast will bring in more moisture and heat. We're not expecting record highs, but it will be warming up like a summer day.
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