Tonight: Clouds will begin to pop in overnight resulting in partly cloudy conditions. Temperatures will still have a chance to drop pretty quickly once the sun goes down, so we'll see a low around 40. 10-15 mph winds from the SW will continue to push in the warmer air we have been seeing.
Tomorrow: We will continue to see partly cloudy skies for most of the day, but clouds will begin increasing, especially towards the evening. Temperatures should once again be able to rise into the lower 60s thanks to the SSW winds. However, it will be breezy with gusts up to 20 mph possible.
7-Day: After Tuesday, the rest of the forecast looks to be a gloomy one with lots of rain chances and lots of clouds. Wednesday will see 20-30 mph winds with higher gusts possible. By dusk, there is a slight chance some rain showers could pop-up. Thursday will remain windy and brings the best chance for rain. A thunderstorm could sneak its way into the mix but most of the instability looks to be off to the northwest at this time. Temperatures will stay above average until the weekend when they begin to look more seasonal.
-Weather Forecaster Natasha Leland
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