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Forecast Last Updated at Sunday, September 15, 2019 at 6:13AM

Clearing Up

Skies will clear up later this morning and into the early afternoon and we begin a very nice stretch of weather. There are small chances of afternoon rain through next week but most places will be dry. There could be more clouds than we'd like but we really can't complain. Temperatures will warm through Tuesday but cool to slightly below average Wednesday through the end of the week.

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Warm & sunny
Lower 80s at kickoff
Light South wind
Sunday

Hi: 80 Lo: 55

Morning clouds with AM fog, brighter by afternoon; Cannot rule out a renegade afternoon shower or thundershower; Light and variable wind
Monday

Hi: 82 Lo: 56

Mix of sun and clouds; Warm; NW wind 5-15 mph
Tuesday

Hi: 79 Lo: 56

Scattered clouds; Cannot rule out a stray afternoon shower or thundershower; N wind 5-15 mph
Wednesday

Hi: 69 Lo: 49

More clouds; Cooler; Cannot rule out a stray afternoon shower
Thursday

Hi: 67 Lo: 47

Partly cloudy; September nice

Further Out

Friday - Mostly sunny; Comfortable; High near 70 degrees; Low near 50 degrees
Saturday - Mostly sunny and continued pleasant; High in the mid 70s; Low in the lower 50s

Forecast Discussion

Dry air is working its way in today and by this afternoon, the clouds and fog will be a memory. High pressure controls our weather Monday with warm and sunny conditions. A cold front will move through Tuesday but it looks dry. The front will bring in some cooler weather though as high pressure over New England will funnel in cool dry air from Tuesday night through the end of the week. We have only the smallest chances of afternoon rain today, Tuesday and Wednesday. Temperatures will be above average today through Tuesday but will cool to slightly below average for Wednesday through Friday.

Tropical storm Humberto is north of the Bahamas and should become a hurricane by early tomorrow morning. It is expected to take a sharp turn to the east Monday and head out to sea.

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