Temperatures didn't climb out of the 50s today with a howling northwest wind, and we will basically repeat that for our Monday as highs will only make it to the mid 50s with winds strong from the northwest at 10-20 mph. Tuesday will be even colder as some locations may not get out of the 40s as the coldest air in quite some time works in completely. Tuesday night into Wednesday morning will be the coldest of the week with lows in the middle 20s, which could lead to a hard freeze.
Temperatures will start to rebound on Wednesday as high pressure moves east of us, turning our winds to the south, and bringing in warmer and more humid air. We will return to the 60s Thursday and make it to the 70s for Saturday and Sunday.
Rain looks to stay away until Sunday when our next system arrives. However, depending on how much moisture returns Friday and Saturday, we may squeeze out a shower or storm each afternoon through the weekend.
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