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Today's Forecast Updated Tuesday at 12:41 PM
A frontal boundary will bring showers and the potential for a few storms by the evening commute.
- This Evening:
- Mostly Cloudy, Showers and T-Showers Possible
- Highs: Near 70
- Wind: NW 5-10 m.p.h.
- Scattered Showers
- Lows: 40s to Low 50s
- Wind: NW 10 m.p.h.
- Mostly Cloudy, Scattered Showers, Gusty Winds
- Highs: Around 60
- Wind: N 10-20+ m.p.h.
Low pressure and an associated cold frontal boundary will approach the region from the northwest today bringing with it added clouds and the chance for rain by the afternoon and evening. High temperatures will approach the upper 60s to near 70 degrees. Areas of rain will continue to be possible tonight with lows in the 40s in the suburbs to low 50s in town.
Wednesday will be cloudy, cooler, breezy and raw with a chance for more showers. Highs will only approach 60 degrees. Thursday will still be breezy and cool with highs in the low 60s. Friday will feature more sunshine and milder temperatures in the low to mid 60s. The weekend ahead looks gorgeous right now with plenty of sunshine and highs in the mid 60s Saturday and near 70 degrees Sunday.
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