Temperature Recap: We saw highly above average temperatures through the middle of last week into the weekend, before a cold patch of rain Sunday brought the temps to just below our average of 60.
Temps Today: Today's high of 66 brought us above our average of 60 once again, but still nowhere near the record for this date of 83 set back in 1977.
Tonight: A pleasant night in store tonight, with a chilly but manageable low of 41, partly cloudy skies, and light winds out of the West at 10-15mph.
Tomorrow: Sunny skies are the main story tomorrow, starting at 41 in the morning and warming up to 63 by 5pm. While chillier again than last week, we do cross the average high of 61 for tomorrow's date so the temps are actually quite seasonable.
7-Day & Looking Ahead: The latest 6-10 Day Outlook from the National Weather Service's Climate Prediction Center puts us at below average temperatures for the later parts of this week and early next week. While we won't see those temperature changes tomorrow, looking into the middle of this week we can expect lows of 36, and a high Thursday of only 52. By the weekend, temps are still only reaching around 60 or below, and slight rain chances make for a possibly unfavorable weekend.
-Weather Forecaster Rudy Ahlersmeyer
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