Tonight: Due to clear skies tonight causing radiational cooling, temperatures will continue to fall into the mid 40s with a low of 45°F expected. Winds will remain calm around 5-7 mph from the southeast direction.
Tomorrow: For the first day of astronomical Fall, after a cool morning we will be expecting to reach 75°F for our high, right around the average of the for this time of year of 76°F. Skies will remain clear with calm winds transferring from a southeasterly flow to southwesterly flow throughout the day.
7-Day: For the next few days temperatures will be on the rise and be expecting to reach back into the 80s by Friday. Skies will remain mostly clear until Saturday evening when our next cold front will move into the area bringing more fall like temperatures and another chance of rain that will continue into Sunday.
-------Weather Forecaster Natalie Fitzpatrick
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