Warmth remains ahead of Thursday cold front

Yesterday's cold front and soaking rain has moved away and high pressure will begin its move today and slide into the Southeast. This will bring sunny skies back to the area, but an unseasonably
warm airmass will remain in place keeping high temps in the mid/upper 60s. Windy conditions will also pick up with gusts around 30mph possible this afternoon. These winds will diminish this evening and with clear skies temps will drop into the upper 30s to around 40 by daybreak Wednesday. Warmer conditions surge in ahead of a cold front moves in late Thursday to bring a chance for showers/storms ahead of it and a big cool down behing it. You can always track our rain chances on First Alert Live Doppler 15000 or if you have an iPhone or Android make sure you download or app! A blast of seasonable or even unseasonably colder conditions will be coming in and lasting through Christmas.

Today: Mostly Sunny, mild and windy. Highs-Upper 60s.

Tonight: Clear and COLD. Lows:Low/mid 30s.

Wednesday: Sunny and Mild. Highs-Mid 60s.

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