Light rainfall yesterday brought nearly 0.1" of rain. Clouds have since started to push off to the east as a cold front passes through the region. Winds will shift to the northwest when that happens, helping to keep temperatures in the mid 70's this afternoon. Tonight mostly clear skies will allow more seasonal lows near 42 degrees with light southwest winds. By friday looking for high pressure to build back into the region jumping back to the upper 70's, but it won't last for long. Much more seasonal weather in store for the weekend as we dip back to the low to mid 70's near 73 on Saturday. More cloud cover and cooler temps Sunday dipping to the 60's and possible chances for showers. This is due to another large trough of low pressure that will encompass a good portion of the US. Rain chances linger all the way through Tuesday, drying out by the middle of next week.
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