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Cooler Tuesday, but still a quiet day

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An Air Quality Alert is in effect for parts of the region Tuesday. Sensitive groups like those with respiratory illnesses should limit outdoor activity.

QUIET DAYS AHEAD: A weak disturbance just to our west adds some clouds to Monday’s clear skies during the evening. The clouds are passing in nature, so they leave during the overnight period. Otherwise, it’s another chilly night with some patchy areas of fog developing late. Expect overnight lows to fall into the upper 20s to lower 30s. More sunshine is ahead for Tuesday, but afternoon temperatures fall back a touch. Readings are more seasonable, in the middle to upper 40s.




A weak system bring added clouds Wednesday.

MIDWEEK CLOUDS: Another quick moving, weak system approaches for the middle of the week. This brings some extra clouds Wednesday. More clouds are expected Thursday, and perhaps a couple stray drops. Expect temperatures near 50 degrees Wednesday. Readings rise into the lower to middle 50s on Thursday.


WEEKEND WARMING: A warming pattern sets up for the weekend. Expect plenty of sunshine Friday and Saturday. Highs are in the 50s Friday, and many spots touch 60 degrees on Saturday! Sunday remains warm, but our next system approaches as well. This increases clouds. A late day shower is possible, but most of the day looks dry. Highs are in the upper 50s to lower 60s. This system keeps showers in the forecast Monday.


Have a great night!

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