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Friday, Jan, 19

Warm-up continues with afternoon highs nearly 10 degrees warmer than yesterday and 10 degrees warmer than normal. Generous sunshine a second day, though some patches of high clouds may filter the sun a bit at times. Thaw commences as southwest winds 11-22 mph help boost afternoon highs to the lower 40s. Scattered clouds, breezy and mild for the season Friday night. Temperatures hold in the lower 30s thanks to steady southwest winds.

Saturday, Jan. 20

Some sun but more clouds than recent days. January thaw continues with highs in the low to mid 40s. Low clouds, haze and areas of fog and drizzle develop Saturday night.

Sunday, Jan. 21

Considerable cloudiness, damp and mild, highs nearly 15 degrees above normal. Areas of fog, drizzle and light rain. Quite mild overnight with lows holding in the lower 40s.

Monday, Jan. 22

Initially mild with rain, possibly an isolated thunderstorm. Turning colder in the afternoon with rain changing to wet snow before precipitation ends overnight.

Tuesday, Jan. 23

Mostly cloudy, blustery and seasonably cold. A few flurries possible early. Highs reach the lower 30s. Northwest winds 15-25 mph make it feel much colder.

Wednesday, Jan. 24

A second day of seasonable temperatures with highs in the lower 30s. Mostly sunny, far less windy than 24 hours earlier.

Thursday, Jan. 25

Mostly sunny, windy and milder. Afternoon highs reach the upper 30s. Southwest winds increase 12-25 mph.