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Sunny Sunday before mostly mild Monday

and last updated 2021-12-12 18:22:35-05

A spring-like stretch of weather is ahead the next few days. Quiet weather in store tonight and overnight with mainly clear skies and lows in the low to mid 30s. 

Monday will be a pleasant day with highs around 50-degrees and mostly sunny skies. It will be a little breezy early in the day, but in the afternoon winds will be light. 

Tuesday morning we may see some patchy fog setting up, stay tuned for any potential impacts to the morning commute. Tuesday afternoon will be partly to mostly cloudy with highs in the upper 40s. A little drizzle will be possible Tuesday night.

Wednesday will be a busy weather day! The morning may once again bring areas of fog. Scattered showers are possible in the morning and afternoon. Winds will strengthen in the afternoon and evening. High temperatures will jump into the upper 50s and low 60s, likely breaking high temperature records. It will also feel humid with dew points climbing into the 50s! Wednesday night into early Thursday a few thunderstorms are possible, be sure to check back for updates over the next few days. 

A cold front passes early Thursday, ushering in colder air throughout the day. Highs will occur in the morning with cooler readings in the afternoon and evening. It will be windy Thursday as well. 

Friday is partly cloudy with highs in the mid to upper 30s. A few light snow showers look possible late Friday night into early Saturday. 

SUNDAY: Mostly clear, breezy
Low: 34
Wind: SW 10-15 G25 mph

MONDAY: Mostly sunny
High: 50
Wind: SW 10-20 G 25 mph

TUESDAY: Chance morning fog, then partly to mostly cloudy
High: 49

WEDNESDAY: Chance morning fog, scattered showers, turning windy, chance PM t-storms
High: 61 (Record for Dec 15th is 55°)

THURSDAY: A few morning showers, falling temperatures, windy, turning partly cloudy
High: 50 in the early morning...37 in the afternoon

FRIDAY: Partly cloudy, ch. late night light snow showers
High: 39

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