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Updated: 4/15 11:38 pm

Midnight Update:  Temperatures are already falling to the freezing mark, and will continue to fall into the 20s through Wednesday morning.  After a hard freeze for your Wednesday morning, Wednesday afternoon will feature mostly sunny skies with a high of 55 degrees.  Wednesday night into Thursday morning temperatures will fall into the mid 30s, so a little patchy frost may develop even for Thursday morning.  Thursday afternoon high temperatures return to the 60s, with high temperatures remaining in the 60s for the rest of the week.


A Freeze Warning is in effect from this evening through Wednesday morning, as temperatures will fall into the mid-20s overnight, creating a hard freeze and frost.  Sensitive vegetation will need to be protected.  Seasonal temperatures return by Thursday.

TONIGHT:  A hard freeze is likely tonight into Wednesday morning, as temperatures fall to around 25 degrees.  Due to the freezing temperatures Wednesday morning, a Freeze Warning has been issued from 9pm Tuesday to 11am Wednesday.  Unprotected plants may be damaged or killed by the freezing conditions Wednesday morning.

WEDNESDAY:  After sub-freezing morning temperatures, Wednesday afternoon will feature mostly sunny skies with a high of 55 degrees.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT:  We will have another chance for some patchy frost Wednesday night into Thursday morning, as temperatures fall to around 35 degrees Thursday morning.

THURSDAY:  Temperatures get milder for Thursday, as high temperatures return to around 64 degrees with mostly sunny skies.

FRIDAY:  Friday will feature mostly cloudy skies, with a chance for scattered rain showers and thunderstorms, and a high of 63 degrees.

EASTER WEEKEND:  Partly sunny skies will return Saturday and Easter Sunday, with low temperatures in the lower 40s and afternoon high temperatures in the lower 60s Saturday, and upper 60s Sunday.

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