Sunshine replaced the clouds this afternoon and temperatures quickly moved into the mid 40s.

The coming week starts with a quieter weather pattern. High pressure will help produce sunshine and warming temperatures through Wednesday. Several disturbances will move through the atmosphere between Wednesday night and Saturday bring periods of rain. As far as winter weather, we'll be watching Thursday morning and Saturday morning. Highs still expected to be either side of 50 degrees for the last half of the week.


SUNDAY; Mostly sunny. High 45. Wind: N 5-10 mph

TONIGHT; Mainly clear and cold. Low 24. Wind: NE 5-10 mph

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