We are already starting warmer this morning than the last few mornings. We have a light Southeast wind with wind chills in the 30s.
TODAY: High near 71, clouds will decrease for a partly sunny afternoon. The wind will increase from the South/Southwest 10-20mph.
TONIGHT: Partly cloudy, low near 41.
FRIDAY & SATURDAY: Mostly sunny with highs nearing 80. We will continue to have the West-Southwest wind increasing for a breezy Saturday.
ALL GOOD THINGS MUST END: Temperatures will drop below average again on Sunday with a front moving through the area late Saturday. This will bring a breezy Northeast wind Sunday to make it feel even colder. Cloud cover will also increase with low chances for any precipitation, although a few sprinkles can't be ruled out.
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