Time to head outside

Tonight: Clouds will make their way in the area overnight due to a disturbance off to the west leaving us with partly cloudy skies. Temperatures will fall into the lower 50s with winds blowing from the SSW at 15 mph.

Tomorrow: As the disturbance moves closer, we'll see mostly cloudy skies. There won't be enough moisture in the atmosphere to produce any rain, so expect to see peaks of sunshine. Temperatures will remain above average, but it won't be as warm today with the high reaching into the mid-60s.

7-Day: Above average temperatures will stay with us for much of the next week. We'll see more highs in the 70s by the weekend. Lots of sunshine is in the picture before a cold front moves through next Tuesday. That's when we see our best chance of rain. We'll begin to cool back down after that.

-Weather Forecaster Natasha Leland

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