Temperatures will continue to warm

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MILD WEATHER CONTINUES
After highs in the 50’s today, we are going to do it again tomorrow. In fact, some areas could touch 60 degrees. The record is 63 and appears it will be safe, but we will still be running well above our average high of 43. Morning clouds and fog, although the fog will not be as widespread, will begin the day, before sunshine burns it off as it rises. Highs will respond and rise quickly to the mid and upper 50’s to near 60 degrees.

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RECORD WARMTH
Over the weekend, temperatures will warm some 20 degrees above average. Many areas have a good shot at hitting the low to mid 60s, especially by Sunday. Saturday there could be morning fog and clouds that slow the warming, however,  I expect the clouds to break up enough to allow for peaks of sunshine. High should get to the low 60s. Sunday will be our best chance for tying or breaking the record of 63 set in 1948. Expected highs could warm to the low to mid 60s under partly to mostly cloudy skies. A strong southwest flow at the surface and aloft, will aide in bringing in the much milder air.

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BEST RAIN THREAT
Our next chance for showers will be Monday, as a cold front swings in late in the day. We will start out dry but showers will be likely by afternoon. Despite the clouds and shower threat, highs will have no problem warming to the low 60's, after morning lows in the 50’s. The record high for Monday is 64. It is a long standing record since 1901 and 1927. We could likely tie or break it. It looks like once the front passes, temperatures still remain on the mild side through midweek. We won't see more seasonable temperatures until a second system, a stronger system with much colder air, moves in later towards the end of the week.


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