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Tracking a dry and cool pattern

TODAY: Tuesday is shaping up to be almost identical to Monday. Expect abundant sunshine warming us up into the mid-70s again this afternoon. One key difference today will be winds as we won't be as breezy. Still, a north breeze of 5-10 mph will keep air moving today.

TONIGHT: Skies stay clear, and surface high pressure builds in from the north tonight. This comes with cooler air and a northerly wind, dropping us into the low 40s overnight. If things get much cooler to the north, we may have to start thinking about frost, but as of now, no official frost forecasts or advisories have been issued.

EXTENDED: Starting in the low 40s, Wednesday will be chilly. Even with sunny skies, temperatures likely only climb into the 60s with a continued north breeze. Thursday is shaping up just as cool, as we don't see a change in wind direction until Friday. This will put us in the 70s again on Friday, and warm us into the upper 70s on Saturday and Sunday. Our warm up will put us near 80 by Monday, while remaining sunny and dry through the 7 day forecast.

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