Overnight Forecast Friday, September 29, 2017


Tonight, we will have a partly cloudy sky with a stray shower or two around. It will be another seasonable night with low temperatures falling to the 40s. Tomorrow will start off partly sunny, but an area of high pressure will build into the region bringing plenty of sunshine later in the day. It will be a brisk and chilly day however with a northerly wind of 10 to 15 mph. High temperatures will be in the middle and upper 50s to the lower 60s. Saturday night will be quite chilly under a mostly clear sky. Low temperatures will be dropping down into 30s and some areas may see some patchy frost. The area of high pressure will bring us a mostly sunny day and our high temperatures will rebound back to the middle and upper 60s. Sunday night will be mostly clear and low temperatures will fall to the lower and middle 40s, but some of the cooler spots can touch the upper 30. Monday will turn out to be mostly to partly sunny. High temperatures will start to go above average they will be within a couple degrees of the 70-degree mark. The with a mostly clear sky on Monday night our low temperatures will get to the middle and the upper 40s. Then on Tuesday sunshine will mix with a few clouds and late summer high temperatures will be back for the rest of the week. High temperatures on Tuesday will get to the lower and middle 70s. The area of high pressure will start to move out on Wednesday and it will bring us times of clouds and sunshine with high temperatures in the lower to the middle 70s.

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