Last night was by far the coldest night we have seen in a long time. Key Field recorded a low temperature of 35 degrees this morning...only two degrees shy of the record of 33 set in 1953. Cool air continued to sit over us today, keeping highs in the 60s even with full sunshine. Our weather will slowly return back to normal, with tomorrow looking very nice with a high in the 70s. Clouds return, and temperatures climb into the mid and upper 70s for highs beginning Monday, with our next shot of rain coming in Tuesday night through Wednesday morning. Right now the best chance of severe weather looks to be off to our West, but we are in the peak season for severe weather, so we'll of course have to keep an eye on it as it evolves during the beginning part of next week. After that gets out of here, our weather stays nice and springlike though next weekend. All in all, not a bad looking forecast if I do say so myself.
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