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Cooler Weather on the Way…But, Not Today

Current Radar

This Evening – 78° by 7 PM 

Sunset: 7:02 PM 

Any unlikely rain shenanigans will end by this evening, with the cloud cover beginning to break up, as well:

Skies will be mostly clear overnight with lows falling to the mid 60°s.

FRIDAY – Early Birds: 66°, High: 83°

Sunrise: 6:26 AM

A second, stronger front will begin to approach tomorrow:

This will be the front to really drop our temperatures and bring us some less humid air in the coming days.

We’ll have to muddle through some afternoon showers and storms Friday and possibly into the evening hours, before the front clears and some of that cooler air arrives.

SATURDAY – Early Birds: 60°, High: 72°

Temperatures will really begin to take a tumble overnight Friday into Saturday, as that cooler air starts to seep-in:

Depending on how fast the front can move out, we’ll likely have small rain/storm chances for Saturday.

However, like today, the cloud cover will be a bit more slow to move out.

This may make for some cloudy tailgates, but they should be dry.

As clouds clear late Saturday, that’ll allow temperatures to plummet overnight. We’ll be waking up to morning temperatures in the 50°s on Sunday!

Extended: Heck. Yes. 

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