Temperatures will warm up nicely this afternoon with highs around 60. We'll also see mostly sunny skies with a few high cirrus clouds passing through.
Tonight, we will be chilly again, but temperatures should stay about 5° above this morning's numbers. Tomorrow, clouds and winds begin to increase in advance of a warm front. It will bring in a more east/southeast wind and that will help warm us up into the mid to upper 60s.
Wednesday night, mainly after 7 p.m., a few showers are likely to develop and last into your Thursday morning commute. Right now, we're looking at mainly a light rain event, so no severe weather or flooding is a concern at this time. Cooler weather will return behind the rain for Thursday.
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