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Sunday Night Forecast
Tonight and Tomorrow: Tonight, we'll have a few passing clouds with low temperatures in the lower 40s. A few neighborhoods could briefly reach the upper 30s by Monday morning. Tomorrow afternoon, clouds will continue to increase with highs near 70. Monday night, we'll have a slight chance of rain, around 20%.
We'll start off the new week with a mix of sun and clouds Monday, and a slight chance of a shower or two late Monday night into Tuesday. An upper trough and stationary boundary will allow for rain chances Tuesday through Friday. Rain will be scattered on Wednesday, then become more widespread Thursday and Friday.
We know there is going to be a blast of cold air trying to move south by the end of next week, but how far south and when is the question. Models are far from being in agreement. As far as any wintry weather, the chance is low at this time, as the cold air will likely lag behind any remaining moisture. Should the cold air arrive earlier, the chance for some form of frozen precipitation could go up. These are all things to be watched over the next several days.
-- Meteorologist Jake Dalton
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