- Light fog
Happy Friday everyone! After a cool start, expect a warmer afternoon. Temperatures swing above average, reaching 52 for a high. Expect mostly sunny skies, dry conditions, and light winds. Tonight’s low will be around 33 degrees with partly cloudy skies.
The weekend could be a bit soggy as we pick up a chance of rain Saturday. Temperatures come down a bit, but remain in the upper 40s, to near 50 degrees. There’s a slight chance of rain/snow mix Saturday night, with a shower chance lingering into Sunday. Next week we see a big rise in temperatures into the upper 50s. Our next chance of rain after the weekend will be Tuesday.
Have a great day!
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