FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Not as cold tonight; cloudy skies through the weekend

Posted December 15, 2017

Winds will likely gust from 18-20 miles per hour late afternoon and early evening. By the evening we will dip into the 40s with a clear sky. A cold front arrives overnight tonight but no rain and not much cloud cover with this front.

Temperatures will start to drop at the end of the week, the weather service said, with a 65-degree high forecast for Friday and a 63-degree high predicted for Saturday.

There is a chance for rain in the morning on Monday, it will be cloudy, and we reach a bit above average into the low 50s. We will start the day in the 20s, with feels like temperatures only in the teens! The greater chance of seeing these higher wind gusts will increase from the southeast to the northwest through our area. Highs will be in the upper 50s to low 60s.

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Rain will linger into the morning hours Sunday and begin to dissipate through the rest of the day. Highs in the low 60s.

Monday, skies begin to clear and north winds stick around a little longer.

Mostly sunny to partly cloudy for the middle of the week with afternoon temperatures warming back into the lower to mid 60s. Another cold front will move through Sunday, and this one will have more moisture associated with it.

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