The work week will start off with below average temperatures as daytime highs stay in the lower 40s Monday and near 40 Tuesday. Monday night will be the coldest night of the week as we drop to the upper teens to near 20. Winds will shift around to the south and we’ll start warming up Wednesday as we reach 49 which is normal for this time of year. We’ll have unseasonably warm weather next weekend with highs in the lower 60s.As far as precipitation, there is very little in the forecast. There is slight chance of rain for areas near and south of I-44 Monday and dry weather for the remainder of the work week. Weak waves of low pressure aloft will move in from the Pacific Thursday and again Saturday but at this time only some clouds are expected from these waves.
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