Today was another wonderful day as we reached a high of 63 degrees and experienced clear conditions all day. However, that’s going to change tonight as we head through the overnight hours. Clouds will begin building in as a system approaches from the west. We will likely see a few showers in the overnight hours, but a bulk of the shower activity will impact us tomorrow morning.
This will be the first of a series of cold fronts this week, but the only one at this point that looks to bring rain showers. Temperatures will be up and down all week as these cold fronts move through. Right now, cold fronts are expected to move through Monday, and Friday. The only steady thing will be overnight lows which will be in the low to mid 30s through most of next week, with a few nights dropping into the twenties. Our afternoon highs will be more seasonable despite the roller coaster ride, ranging in the lower to mid 50’s for the most part.
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