Another picture perfect day is in the books, and we should have at least 2 more fantastic days before rain returns to the picture. This afternoon we reached a high of 64 degrees after we bottomed out with a low at 39 degrees this morning. We can expect similar conditions tomorrow with our highs reaching into the upper 60's and our overnight lows in the upper 30's and lower 40's.
Wednesday is when conditions will begin to change as our winds shift to more southerly and clouds begin to build in ahead of a cold front that will move through late Wednesday night and early Thursday morning. The good news is that most of the rain should be out of our area before noon, the bad news is that our temperatures wont be very high Thursday. The rain will keep our temperatures down in the early morning, and the cold air behind the front will cause our lows to be in the lower 60's, maybe even isolated upper 50's.
Once the front passes, conditions will quickly return to picture perfect with cloudless skies and cool afternoon highs.
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