Fri, 18 Jan 2013 12:45:57 GMT —
As high pressure moves in and yesterday's system departs, breezy conditions will remain around through the afternoon. Cold air will surge in keeping the high temps below 50° across most of the area. With high pressure sliding overhead tonight, the winds will diminish and temps will fall into the mid/upper 20s by daybreak. With the ridge of high pressure remaining around through the weekend, sunny skies and a gradual warm up will take shape. A re-inforcing shot of Arctic air will push in early next week putting our highs back into the 40s with wake up temps in the 20s. While we don't have rain anywhere in the forecast, you can always track our rain chances on First Alert Live Doppler 15000
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Today: Colder and breezy conditions move in. Plenty of sunshine. Highs-Upper 40s/Low 50s.
Tonight: Areas of dense fog otherwise partly cloudy and mild. Lows: Mid/Upper 60s.
Saturday: Frigid morning conditions will warm to seasonal averages with sunny skies. Highs-Mid 50s.
Sunday: Sunny and a little warmer. Highs-Low 60s.
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