FORECAST SUMMARY:

Canadian high pressure is building into the area and that translates to colder temperatures. This afternoon highs in the low 50s will be much colder than yesterday's 66.

By tomorrow the high will be off to the east and winds will become southerly. This will push the afternoon temperature back to the low 60s. Tomorrow will start frosty with high pressure centered over the area and light winds.

A dry cold front will move through and push temperatures back into the upper 50s for the mid-week. Toward the end of the week weather in the area becomes more unsettled. At this point the week will be the dry, so plan on enjoying this fall weather.

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DETAILED FORECAST

SUNDAY: Mostly sunny and cool. High 52. Wind: NW 5-10 mph.

TONIGHT: Clear & cold with frost. Low 35. Wind: South light.

TOMORROW: Frost early, sunny and warmer. High 61. Wind: SW 5-10 mph.

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