Today: Enjoy the warm weather while it lasts! We might break another record today with our high temperature reaching into the upper 70s. The last record was set in 1959 at 74. We will see some gusty conditions today with winds gusting 30 mph. Clouds will begin to increase throughout the day as a cold front approaches.
Tonight: We say goodbye to our warm weather as a cold front passes through. With it comes the chance of seeing showers and storms. A few storms could be severe. We are currently under a marginal risk for severe weather, and the biggest threat of this would be winds gusting over 50 mph. Temperatures will slowly drop into the 60s before plummeting into the upper 40s by sunrise.
Tomorrow: A much cooler day is expected with highs only reaching into the mid-50s. However, clouds will disperse throughout the day leaving us with sunny skies. Lighter winds from the northwest will make it a pleasant day despite the cooldown.
7-Day: After 70s today, temperatures are only going to reach the mid-50s for most of the week. Our best chances of rain come tonight and Saturday as another is set to pass through.
-Weather Forecaster Natasha Leland
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