Officially, 0.37″ of rain was found in the gauge from last night’s rain.
Other areas got a lot more:
THIS EVENING – 66° by 7 PM
Sunset: 6:14 PM
Cool this evening with just a light north wind.
Skies will remain clear!
Lows overnight will drop to the mid 40°s.
WEDNESDAY – More Weather Goodness – Early Birds: 47°, High: 77°
Sunrise: 6:42 AM
A jacket or sweater may be in order tomorrow morning, as we start the day in the mid 40°s.
We’ll warm back up nicely to near 75° in the afternoon, with humidity expected to drop even more!
Dew point temperatures will fall to the upper 30°s, which is pretty low….i.e. Alaska has dew points in that range.
Simply put – it’ll be a fantastic fall day!
THURSDAY – Just a Smidge Warmer – Early Birds: 46°, High: 76°
More of the same ahead as we approach the end of the week.
Sunny skies, low humidity, and lovely, near-normal temperatures.
Extended: Dry (Probably No Rain) Cold Front Friday drops us to the 60°s Saturday
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