Same story as we've seen the past couple of days. Warm this morning due to mild dewpoints and a lot of cloud cover. Into the afternoon temps should increase to the mid to upper 70's with light winds out of the south 10 to 15 miles per hour. Most of the warmup is due to the approaching cold front that will make it's way through overnight making conditions freezing. Ahead of this front there is a chance for showers throughout today increasing in the evening as it moves closer to the region, along with very gusty winds. Overnight lows going into Friday will get down right cold. Upper 30's expected by daybreak, if we even see the sun. Cloud cover will persist along with very breezy winds out of the north-northeast 15 to 20 miles per hour. As we make our way through the day temperatures will not warm but get cooler, dropping to the freezing mark by sunset. Rain chances continue in the forecast through the afternoon, giving way to a chance for freezing rain as the temps dip to near 30 degrees overnight. After the front passes rain chances drop slightly but pick back up as the low pressure forming on the southern california coastline moves eastward. More freezing rain and sleet will be possible along with ice as temperatures dip to at or below freezing overnight then warming up to the mid to upper 30's Saturday and Sunday, 40's by Monday. Monday night looks to be the last we could see of the possible rain, drying out by Tuesday but stay well below average in the 50's with low still in the 30's.
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