Mostly Sunny & Cool - Monday

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Updated: 1/07/2013 1:19 pm
Afternoon Update:

Look for mostly sunny skies this afternoon with temperatures in the 30s here during your lunch break.  We'll top out in the low 40s today.  If you're a winter weather enthusiast, enjoy today! We have 60 degree heat in our forecast by the end of this week and into this weekend!

Join me on Facebook [Facebook.com/Michael.Estime] for more on this weekend's warm up!

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I hope you had a great weekend!

It's a chilly start this morning.  Look for more sunshine and cool temps this afternoon with the numbers topping out in the low 20s.  By lunch time, we're in the mid 30s with sun & low 40s into this afternoon.  Overnight, temperatures will tumble into the 20s under mostly clear skies.  Be on the look out for some frost first thing tomorrow with temps closing in on 50 degrees Tuesday under partly cloudy skies.

If you enjoy warmer temps, you're going to love Friday & Saturday!

After a great wkend, today we'll be Walkin' on Sun! More on the 60 deg heat in your 7-day at 5am @ABC36Lexington http://t.co/O2mHmHXE
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