After a mild morning, temperatures will warm up even more, in the upper 60s, this afternoon. Breezy winds and peeks of sunshine will be the main factors that allow temperatures to become unseasonably warm for today. This is all ahead of our next cold front slated to move in Tuesday morning.
Some light showers are possible when the front comes in on Tuesday. After that, temperatures will fall into the low 50s before falling even more, in the upper 30s, Wednesday morning. Colder air will stick around for a few days, so enjoy it while it lasts!
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