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Tuesday Morning Forecast
If you need to get outdoors, some dry days will be coming into the forecast later this week.
Today & Tonight: The pattern is on repeat again today. Waking up with temperatures dipping into the upper-60s this morning. By the time we reach the afternoon hours, daytime highs will climb back into the 90s across the area. As temperatures rise so will your rain chances. Not everyone will see showers this afternoon, but more sneaky showers will start bubbling up just after lunch. Overnight temperatures will fall back into the upper-60s.
Up Next: Wednesday, more showers are expected. During the morning, skies will be mostly clear with temperatures in the upper-60s. By the afternoon, temperatures will struggle to climb into the mid-to-upper 80s as a weak cold front moves through. This cold front will not bring you any real relief from the heat, it will just bring more moisture in. We are expecting widespread PM showers. A break from the rain will come by Thursday and Friday with mostly clear and dry days in your forecast. Temperatures stay manageable in the mid-80s. Click here to see the 7-day forecast.
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