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FORECAST UPDATED 12:10 PM TUESDAY

Mostly clear skies and a calm wind will allow temperatures to fall into the middle 30s tonight. Albeit cool, this is just about where low temperatures should be this time of year.

A weak weather system will pass to our north tomorrow. It will successfully kick up the wind and produce a few more afternoon clouds. The strong southwest breeze will help to push high temperatures into the upper 60s to low 70s.

Another weak weather system will produce a few rain showers late tomorrow night. Most likely after midnight. Recent rains are producing new high water crests on local rivers. This rain will be light enough to not aggravate the ongoing river flooding. Otherwise, cloudy with a southwest breeze and lows in the low 40s.

Looking ahead, a few rain showers or sprinkles will follow us into Thursday morning. Decreasing clouds and some sunshine are likely through the afternoon. The late April sunshine will quickly boost temperatures into the low 60s even with a gusty northwest breeze.

The weather pattern gets a little more muddy Friday and Saturday. Quiet weather with some sunshine is expected Friday with highs in the 50s. A somewhat interesting storm system will be in the area Saturday. It will have a fairly good grasp on some cooler temperatures just over the border in Canada. The closeness of this cooler air could mix a few snowflakes in with the rain showers Saturday morning.

Make it a GREAT Day!
Geoff Weller

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