7-day forecast.

Friday Oct. 18

Winds gradually shift and pick up out of the south allowing the leading edge of warmer air to spread into our area. .
Abundant sunshine and increasing south winds boost temps to seasonable levels – afternoon readings reach the low-mid 60s as south winds gust over 25 mph.
A gradual increase in high clouds overnight and not as cold – lows in the mid 40s.

Saturday Oct. 19

Increasing clouds with a chance of mainly afternoon showers. Temps again climb to the low-mid 60s. Clearing skies overnight. SW winds 10-20 mph turn W.

Sunday Oct. 20

An increase in high and mid-level clouds but ample sun helps temps stay in the low-mid 60s most areas. Clouding up overnight with a chance of showers toward morning. Southerly winds.

Monday Oct. 21

Cold front sweeps through bringing clouds/showers. A few t-storms also possible. High temps occur in the forenoon reaching into the mid 60s. Then winds shift from SW to W/NW and temps fall in the afternoon.

Tuesday Oct. 22

Windy and colder. Periods of cloudiness may produce a few brief showers. Temps slowly climb to the low-mid 50s. Westerly winds 20-30 mph.

Wednesday Oct. 23

Mostly sunny – afternoon highs in the mid 50s. W winds gradually diminish. Clouds begin to increase overnight.

Thursday Oct. 24

A cold front sweeps through the area from the west. Clouds in the morning with abundant sunshine during the afternoon – winds shifting from the SW to NW gusting over 20 mph. High temps in the mid 50s.

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