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Updated: 4/04/2013 5:42 pm
Temperatures will be on a rise through Saturday.  With winds light and variable tonight and mostly cloudy skies, temperatures will bottom out near 35 degrees. Fog will develop around 1-2 am with temperatures dropping down to dewpoints. Limited visibilities may be a concern for early morning commute as well. Scattered light rain showers are likely until midnight mainly for our south and eastern counties. Fog will develop around 1-2 am with the temperature dropping down to the dewpoint. Limited visibilities may be a concern for early morning commute as well. Tomorrow winds shift out of the north at 3-8 mph with partly cloudy skies, but this will not cap temperatures.  The sunshine will allow afternoon highs to reach 59 degrees as we finally get temperatures back up near the average for this time of year.  The temperatures keep rising through Saturday with morning lows around 37 degrees, but reaching 67 degrees by late afternoon.  Also, we keep plenty of sunshine throughout the weekend. Enjoy!
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