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SATURDAY- Patchy fog will be present until noon in low lying areas. Rain showers will continue to push through the area through the afternoon hours, leaving us cloudy and breezy into the rest of your Saturday. Winds will be gusting up to 32 mph and that looks to be the biggest travel impact for today. Those winds will be from the southeast aiding in our high temperature of 65 degrees.

SATURDAY NIGHT- Clouds will be increasing throughout the night with a slight rain chance after 4 am. Breezy conditions continue with wind gusts up to 37 mph out of the southwest. Low is 36 degrees.

EXTENDED- Sunday morning will have a slight rain chance and we could see a few flurries in the mix but nothing that will impact travel or accumulate on the ground. That will move out quickly but our temperatures will stick in the lower 40's. Temperatures will slowly make it back into the lower 50's and stay there during the week with many sunny days and lots of chances to get outdoors. Our next system is looking to push through Thursday night.

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