Saturday, September 29, 2012

Cloudy Start, Sunny Afternoon

A chilly and cloudy start this morning with temperatures in the middle 60's. We'll have a light north wind becoming north northwest from 5 to 10 mph later today. We'll eventually begin to see the clouds breaking up with a partly sunny sky. The afternoon high will be in the mid 70's.

Note the very light and scattered nature of measurable rainfall in the last 24 hours.
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Overnight, patchy fog will develop after 3 am with a low of 54° by Sunday at sunrise. The fog will stay around until around 7 am for most areas. We'll become partly sunny with a high of 72° and winds will be northeast around 5 mph.

Showers likely overnight Sunday into Monday lasting through Tuesday. The best chance for rain is early Monday morning all the way through Monday night. Expect highs on Monday around 70°. Highs next week will mainly be in the 70's with sunny skies by Wednesday. Lows mainly in the 50's.

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