Weak cold front today
Expect passing clouds beneath the weak cold front that will drop through our area. Daylong cloud cover is not expected and times of sunshine can be anticipated. Anytime a front moves through, rain can't be entirely ruled out but with very little moisture, no more than a sprinkle or light shower should occur. Most will remain dry. Afternoon high temperatures will be similar to Tuesday, if not a few degrees warmer on account of a warmer start to the day. Light winds shifting from southwest to northwest should prevent any drastic warming. Tonight, clouds will linger but the northerly component to the winds will bump thermometers back into the 40s.
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