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Tonight: Temperatures will be dropping down to 69 degrees with mostly cloudy skies and mild winds coming from the ENE between 3 and 5 mph.


Thursday: Tomorrow will be another warm day, with a high near 87 degrees. We will have chances for fog in the early morning hours, so be cautious and leave extra time for your morning commute. We will also have scattered showers and mild winds for the afternoon hours.


7-Day: Friday, we have a marginal risk for severe weather as another line of storms pushes through our viewing area. As that line of storms passes, it will be followed by a cold front. This will leave us with cooler temperatures for the weekend. Next week will bring more chances for rain and thunderstorms. 


- Weather Forecaster Brandi Geister

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