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StormWatch Evening Forecast

Weather - 9/4/2013 6:30 PM
Still On Cruise Control...

Good evening, everyone! What beautiful September weather we're experiencing! Today is the second of several dry, beautiful days in a row. Tonight, clear, calm, and cool conditions with patches of fog developing again, mostly near bodies of water and in valleys. Overnight lows will range between 48 and 55 degrees. Tomorrow, another beautiful day. Highs 75-81 with plenty of sun and low humidity. Friday is a bit cooler after a dry cold front pushes through (it's dry because we won't see rain, as we so often see with a cold frontal passage). Temperatures warm a bit again on Saturday, and clouds increase on Sunday with yet another cold front. I'm not expecting rainfall from this second cold front either, just increased cloud cover. Monday is mild and dry, as is Tuesday, with plenty of sunshine. Wednesday features yet another cold frontal approach, this time with showers and thunderstorms.

Tonight:  Clear, calm, and cool.  Fog developing, especially in valleys and near bodies of water.  Lows 48-55.  Light winds.

Tomorrow:  Another beauty of a day.  Plenty of sunshine.  Highs 75-81.  Northwest winds 5-10 mph.

Friday:  Mostly sunny.  A tad cooler than Thursday thanks to a dry cold front that passes Thursday night.  Morning lows in the low 50s.  Highs in the mid 70s.

Saturday:  Mostly sunny.  Morning lows in the mid 50s.  Highs in the upper 70s.

Sunday:  Partly cloudy and warm.  Morning lows in the upper 50s.  Highs near 80.

Monday:  Mostly sunny and mild.  Morning lows near 60.  Highs in the upper 70s.

Tuesday:  Mostly sunny and dry.  Morning lows in the upper 50s.  Highs near 80.

Wednesday:  Partly cloudy with afternoon/evening showers and storms.  Morning lows in the low 60s.  Highs in the upper 70s.

Forecast by StormWatch Meteorologist Tim Studebaker

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