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Tracking a chilly day in an overall warm trend

TODAY: After a wild day of weather on Tuesday, Wednesday will be cold, but quiet. We expect at worst, wind chills in the single digits this morning, but a relaxing of winds and more sunshine will help recover temperatures back into the mid-30s, feeling more like 30 on the dot with a light westerly breeze.

TONIGHT: Overnight into Thursday we are warmer as winds switch from the south.

EXTENDED: Thursday will be very seasonable for late February, with a high in the low-to-mid 50s under sunny skies. We'll continue a warm up into the weekend with highs near 60 Friday, and in the 70s Saturday through Monday. Saturday and Sunday are both full of sunshine, with Sunday the warmest ahead of showers and storm chances building in Sunday night into Monday. We'll cool down by Tuesday, but likely still warmer than average, which is near 50 this time of year.

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