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it was a bit cooler today, but still above average.
As we ok at the surface map, we can see a ridge of
high pressure once again in control It wil bring a
clear and seasonably cool night to the area.
As this high moves off to the east warmer air will
begin to return to the area for Wedneday and Thursday.
A look at temperatures across the region shoews most
of us in the 50s at this hour.
They will quickly drop into the 40s in the next hur
or so as thge sun sets.
Here is today's almanac.
Lows tonight will fall into the lower to middle 30s
across muhc of the area, while our cool spots in the
east see lows drop into the 20s.
Keep an eye our for fog later tonight.
As far as highs tomorrow are concerned, look for highs
in the upper 50s to near 60.
As we put the maps into motion, look for high pressure
to bring another sunny day.
As the high slides east tomorrow night into Thursday,
look for breezy aouthwest winds to bring even warmer
air into the region Thursday afternoon.
highs could easily make the lower to middle 60s, possibly
a few degrees warmer.
a cool front will slide through Thursday afternoon.
since there is no moisture for this front to use,
look for a dry passage.
It will, however, knock tempratues back into the lower
50s for Friday and Saturday before we warm things
up for the last half of the weekend.
Our forecast for tonight calls for a clear and cool
night with patchy fog.
Look for lows in the lower to middle 30s, with cooler
temperatures in outlying areas.
For tomorrow, look for patchy morning fog followed
by sunshine and highs in the upper 50s to near 60.
look for the dry weather to continues.
after a chillt Friday and Saturday, temperatures will
once again be on the rebound, reaching the middle
to upper 50s by Sunday, then contuing into next week.
We'll pick up a slight chance of rain next Tuesday.