Happy Earth Day! 

We're in for a warm and sunny day as high pressure continues to dominate the forecast. We'll see dry conditions through most of Tuesday until a cold front causes some late evening showers and storms Tuesday night.
This cold front stalls out over our area and will cause repeated chances for showers through Thursday. Wednesday and Thursday won't be wash-outs, but we'll see showers from time to time throughout the day with more widespread rain Thursday night as the front begins to leave our region. 

We should be in for a nice end to the work week with sunny skies Friday. Nice weather continues into Saturday for the KDF mini-marathon! It will be a cool, but pleasant start with race temps in the low 50s, but quickly warming into the 70s by afternoon making for a really nice day! 

Sunday starts off dry with partly sunny skies, but we'll see an increase in cloud cover throughout the day before a few evening showers move in. 

 DETAILED FORECAST 

TODAY: Mostly sunny. High: 79°. Wind: SE 5-10

TONIGHT: Partly cloudy. Low: 60°. Wind: S 10

TUESDAY: Partly cloudy. Afternoon showers and storms. High: 78°. Wind: WSW 10-20 mph. 

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