Clear and feels like 30°
37° / 29°
53° / 27°
40° / 29°
43° / 32°
58° / 35°
49° / 32°
52° / 35°
Next Few Hours
First Alert Forecast
A clear sky will help temps cool rapidly into the upper 20s this evening, but a more mild airmass moves in tonight and allows temps to rise into the 30s by sunrise.
It will be breezy and much warmer on Wednesday ahead of another system from the north. Temperatures should reach the lower 50s with wind gusts up to 35-40 mph, before cooling into the upper 30s and low 40 for Thursday and Friday. Another quick moving area of energy in the atmosphere will cloud up the skies on Thursday, maybe even forming some flurries by Thursday evening. Once again, drier than normal air will likely dissipate most precipitation, as has happened over recent weeks. No accumulation is expected.
While temperatures only rebound into the lower 40s Friday, a big warm-up is expected Saturday with highs approaching the upper 50s. Overall, an above-average temperature pattern and below-average precipitation pattern is expected through at least the middle to end of next week.
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