• 63°

Looks like another beautiful day in the neighborhood with clear, sunny skies and a high of 76, 40 degrees higher than the current temperature of 36.
It won’t be that cold tonight, with a low of 54.
Wednesday will bring a 30 percent chance of showers starting around 4 a.m., but the heavier rain and possible thunderstorms will occur during the day Wednesday, with a greater chance of thunderstorms after 5. High will be near 73. Winds will pick up to 17-22 mph Wednesday afternoon, with gusts as high as 33 mph.
The chance for showers and thunderstorms continues Wednesday night, and the temperature will dip to 29, with strong west northwest winds as high as 41 mph.
Thursday will be the coldest day this week, with highs only around 44 and lows around 25. There will be more wind from the west northwest, at 13-16 mph, with gusts around 30 mph.
With calm winds and sunny skies on Friday, we should top out near 56, Clouds roll in Friday night, with a low around 39 and Saturday should be partly sunny with a high near 63. Sunday should be similar, with a high near 61. Sunday night brings a slight chance of rain and a low around 40.

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