More chill ahead tonight

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Monday morning expect another chilly start to kick off the new work week.





After a cool day with a fall feel, expect the chill in the air to remain through the night. Temperatures are quick to fall into the 50s this evening under mostly clear skies. Quiet conditions and light to calm northerly winds allow temperatures to plummet once again. Expect readings to fall into the 40s for most across our region. Add the extra blanket!





Monday is a bit milder, but still below seasonable averages.

The unseasonably cool September air continues through the week. Expect sunshine on Monday, with a few extra clouds later in the day. Highs are a bit milder, but still below seasonal averages. Some showers pass through overnight Monday with a cold front and could linger into Tuesday morning. Otherwise, expect sunshine to build through the morning. Highs are in the upper 60s to lower 70s both days.





Another cool burst of fall air slips in by Wednesday, and this knocks temperatures in the middle 60s to near 70 degrees through the rest of the work week. It’s a dry period, with a mixture of sunshine and clouds. Overnight low temperatures drop into the 40s for most! By Saturday, some moderation begins to take place, with highs gradually creeping into the lower 70s. Our next shower chance comes Sunday, with high temperatures closer to seasonable averages.



Have a great week!

-Andrea Michaels




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