Broken Clouds and feels like 68°
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Next Few Hours
First Alert Forecast
Clouds have hung around this morning and the full effects of yesterday’s cold front has yet to be reached. Temps out the door will hold in the lower to middle 70s under partly to mostly cloudy skies.
By midday, winds out from the north-northeast will pick up at 10-15 mph. This will be the indicator of a new cooler, less humid air mass on its way in. Skies will become mostly sunny and temps will rise into the lower 80s this afternoon.
For the evening, northeast winds continue to send in the comfortable air mass and temps will fall to a mild 75 degrees around sundown. Overnight lows are expected in the lower 60s tonight.
Into the weekend, high pressure over the upper Midwest will begin to build and expand. This sets up an extended mild pattern where skies will remain sunny, but dry. Temperatures this weekend in the afternoons will be in the lower 80s and morning temps will be in the upper 50s.
The pattern remains mainly similar into next week. Mild weather continues with highs on Monday and Tuesday in the lower to middle 80s. Rain appears to hold out of the forecast until Thursday of next week upon a slight warm-up into the upper 80s.
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