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The warmest day of the week will be Wednesday before the bottom falls out on Thursday...

CREATED Oct 16, 2012
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 Clouds and a few sprinkles will be around early tonight with diminishing sky cover by morning. With the approach of another storm system to our Northwest, the clouds will return, winds will swing back around to the South and whip up to 30 miles per hour, while temperatures climb warmer into the upper- sixties and low-seventies on Wednesday.  Moisture will be boosted and as Low pressure tracks toward us from the Northern plains. It will begin triggering scattered showers especially by Wednesday afternoon, when a few thunderstorms may be triggered also.  The unsettled conditions will persist through the end of the work week with cooler readings returning on Thursday and friday with a few scattered showers. The weekend is looking good at the moment.
 

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