What a pleasant Friday afternoon it is!  The temperature for today has already matched the record high temperature set back in 1971 of 72 degrees.  We are expecting to exceed that record temperature by about one or two degrees.  The warmth is not going to stick around as a cold front is expected to pass through our region tonight and into tomorrow as our high temperatures for the next two days are not expected to exceed 42 degrees.  Low temperatures are also expected to drop into the 20s and 30s, so make sure to send out your kids to the bus stop with a jacket.  Snow chances are expected for tomorrow, but accumulation is not likely.  Make sure to give us a follow on Twitter @NLIWeather!

--Weather Forecaster Amanda Kedzierski

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