Looks like another cold night is in store for the region as we have yet to scour out the cold pool of air that has settled in for a spell. Tonight we will dip into the middle to upper twenties under clear skies. If you enjoy looking at the stars, tonight will be a good night to enjoy the celestial beauties of the fall skies.
Although the temperatures today only got into the low forties, it was still warmer than yesterday afternoon, as the temps were in the thirties. Saturday will be even milder than today with highs in the middle fifties, then the warm up continues into Sunday. We will be looking at a few sixty degree highs in the Valley on Sunday afternoon, ahead of some wet weather that will arrive either late Sunday night or early Monday morning. The rain will be just that...rain, as the temperatures will be in the fifties.
Showers will continue off and on until Wednesday, then we get a brief break from the wet stuff on Thursday.
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