Beautiful Start To Week, Yet BIG Cooldown On The Way

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Updated: 10/20/2013 11:36 pm
Midnight Update:  With clear skies, temperatures have been quickly falling tonight.  We can expect to have overnight low temperatures in the upper 30s to around 40 degrees by early Monday, under clear skies.  Because of the cold temperatures into early Monday, we will also have the chance for some patchy frost.  Mostly sunny skies will continue for Monday with a pleasant high temperature of 66 degrees.  A cold front brings colder and rainy conditions Monday night into Tuesday, with Tuesday high temperatures in the mid 50s.  More cold, rainy conditions continue for Wednesday and Thursday, with high temperatures only in the upper 40s. 
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We will have pleasant conditions for Monday, with MUCH colder and rainy conditions for the rest of the week. High temperatures will be about 20 degrees BELOW normal by Wednesday!

TONIGHT: We will have clear skies and chilly conditions overnight, with low temperatures around 41 degrees by Monday morning.

MONDAY: We will have a sunny start to the day, with clouds developing by late in the day as a cold front approaches the region. Monday will be a pleasant day, with an afternoon high temperature of 66 degrees.

MONDAY NIGHT: A cold front will move through the region on Monday bringing rain showers and much colder air. Overnight low temperatures will be around 42 degrees by Tuesday morning.

TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy skies will stay with us throughout the day, with chilly and rainy conditions. Tuesday high temperatures will be around 55 degrees.

WEDNESDAY: Temperatures will start off in the mid to upper 30s Wednesday morning, with temperatures struggling to rise throughout the day. Another weather disturbance will move through the region, giving us a reinforcing shot of colder air and the chance for more light rain showers. The air will be cold enough in the upper atmosphere, that some slush will possibly mix in with the rain as well. Wednesday high temperatures will only be 47 degrees, which is 20 degrees below normal.

THURSDAY: High temperatures will remain in the mid to upper 40s for Thursday, with the chance for a few rain showers, possibly mixed with some wintry precipitation.

FRIDAY: More sunshine returns for Friday, yet temperatures will remain cold, with a high of 48 degrees.

WEEKEND: Temperatures will be back into the 50s for Saturday and Sunday, yet another cold front looks to move through, giving us the chance for a few rain showers this coming weekend.
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