Tonight: Blustery conditions diminish tonight, but the winds will still be gusty, up to 20mph at times. Northwest winds will help bring in the coldest air of the season so far, as low temperatures end up in the upper 20s by early tomorrow morning! Skies will gradually clear overnight, from mostly cloudy this evening to clear by midnight.
Tomorrow: Widespread frost will make for a chilly start to Monday so make sure you have a coat and gloves if you are headed out tomorrow morning! Winds will be breezy out of the southwest at up to 25mph. Sunshine will be plentiful tomorrow afternoon, although temperatures only warm into the mid 40s.
7-day: After blustery conditions Sunday afternoon and overnight, and even some snow flurries to the north, the rest of the week will be much calmer. There are no precipitation chances for the next 7 days, as a stable high pressure system moves in on Monday. The week ahead looks to be dry and abundantly sunny! Temperatures will warm to above average by middle of the week, and could be close to 70 by next weekend!
-Weather Forecaster Maddi Johnson
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