Sunny and above average

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A few showers developed this afternoon but have since pushed to our east with a front. Temperatures struggled to get into the 40s under overcast skies but are clearing late this afternoon as high pressure builds in.

Overnight lows will not be as cold but will drop into the 20s under a blanket of stars.

It will be a sunny start with a breeze out of the northwest around 10mph.  Clouds will be on the increase as the next system approaches.

Showers along with clouds will end the week.  Good news, temperatures will remain mild reaching the low to mid 40s.

Mild Weekend
Saturday we’ll see a mix of clouds and sunshine.  Flow will be strong out of the southwest and a nice ridge builds in, aloft, meaning the upper levels. Sunday temperatures will flirt with 60 degrees despite clouds and the threat for showers late in the day.

The ridge starts to weaken so temperatures will fall a bit but should still be mild in the 50s.  Showers may still be in the area for the start of the day.

Temperatures return to the 40s by Tuesday and Wednesday.

~MaryEllen Pann,

Chief Meteorologist

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