One more sunny day

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SUNNY SKIES: The sunny skies continue today because of an area of high pressure to our north.  Highs reach the low 70s.  Tonight, we'll have clear skies as we dip to the mid 40.  On Thursday, we start with mostly sunny skies.  Then, very quickly, we turn cloudy.  Despite the clouds, we grab highs in the mid 70s.  In the evening a few showers arrive.

Tracking showers on Friday.

Tracking showers on Friday.

TRACKING SHOWERS: The showers continue Thursday night and for the first half of Friday.  They do taper off in the afternoon.  Highs return to the low 70s.  On Saturday, partly sunny skies return.  Look for highs in the mid 60s.  The forecast repeats on Sunday.

Showers close out the workweek and start the workweek next week.

Showers close out the workweek and start the workweek next week.

TRACKING MORE SHOWERS:  We've got cloudy skies on Monday as a cold front drops south.  Ahead of the cold front, we'll get back to the 70s.  As the cold front arrives, it brings showers for the afternoon.  The showers end on Tuesday as highs go back to the upper 60s.  On Wednesday of next week, sunny skies return, and we'll have seasonal highs in the mid 60s.

-Meteorologist Drew Anderson