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No two days alike this week

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MONDAY: We'll see some sunshine greeting us heading into the workweek but clouds look to move in this afternoon. Some spotty showers could accompany them too, but won't be as widespread as yesterday, but would be similar in intensity. Highs make it into the low 50s.

TONIGHT: Cloud cover hangs on keeping temperatures in the upper 30s for overnight lows.

EXTENDED: It seems this week will feature different days of weather each day. Tuesday will likely be the brightest day of the week with plenty of sunshine and highs in the upper 50s. Temperatures warm into the middle 60s on Wednesday, but cloud cover will be on the increase as rain chances move in by the afternoon. Best coverage for these rain chances will be toward the overnight hours, along with some breezy conditions as this storm system works through the area. Temperatures will start out warm on Thursday, but will hold throughout the day, if not lose a few degrees by the afternoon into the low 50s. The colder air won't be felt until Friday with highs in the middle 40s but we're tracking another disturbance toward Friday evening. We'll need to keep an eye on temperatures with this shot as we could mix in a few snowflakes if it moves in during the overnight hours.

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