We've made it through our first big cool down this fall. Overnight lows dipped into the mid to lower 30's. The good news is we will be experiencing a warming trend over the next few days that will bring our highs back to near 80. With high pressure moving off to our east, our winds will be shifting to out of the south bringing us that warmer weather.
A system in the great plains will be working its way towards us throught the overnight hours and is expected to fizzle out. It will still bring us some rain chances for Sunday and Monday, but a very low chance. Our biggest rain chances come late in the work week on Thursday and Friday. Temperatures are expected to drop some after the Front passes eearly Friday morning, but we're not expecting temps to drop like they did this past week.
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