Near record highs for the next two days

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Our unseasonably mild weather will continue for the next 48 hours. We'll have sunny skies and gusty southwest winds up to 25 miles per hour. The average high this time of year is 59 degrees and temperatures will be well above that through Wednesday afternoon. The record highs for Tuesday and Wednesday are 80 and 78 degrees respectively and we'll be close to those marks. A cold front will move this way and bring rain Wednesday night through Thursday. Up to an inch of rain is likely with this next weather system.


So far this has been a warm fall season.


Expect a dry, windy Tuesday.



Temperatures will be well above average on Tuesday.


We'll have a few clouds Wednesday afternoon with rain to our northwest.


Near record highs are likely Wednesday and Thursday.


Heavy rain moves in Wednesday night.


Rain will continue through Thursday.


Up to an inch rain is likely Wednesday night through Thursday.


Much cooler air will settle in for Friday and for the upcoming weekend.


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