First a warm up, then a few showers, then a cool down

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Our dry fall weather will continue for the next 36 hours before our next round of rain arrives. Warmer temperatures will be rule ahead of our next cold front. Highs will be in the 70s Tuesday and Wednesday before cooler air moves in for Thursday. Another storm system will move our way later this week and bring a daily chance for rain through the weekend.


Expect a cool morning at the bus stop Tuesday morning.


So far we've had a mild Fall.


Rain fall has been slightly below average this Fall.


Here are the average dates for first frost and first freeze.


Our next chance for rain will arrive after 7pm Wednesday evening.


We'll have a slight chance for rain Friday.


We'll have a chance for scattered showers Saturday.


We'll have a chance for scattered showers Sunday.


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