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Partly Cloudy
Highs: 75-82
Winds: North 5-10 mph
Warmer weather is expected Thursday with afternoon highs back to around 80 degrees in some neighborhoods. It will be another nice, spring day to get out and enjoy!

Increasing Clouds
Lows: 45-52
Winds: East 5-10 mph
Dry weather is expected overnight, but clouds will increase. It will also be cooler overnight with many neighborhoods dipping into the 40s.

Mostly Cloudy, Showers
Lows: 65-70
Winds: Southeast 5-10 mph
We’ll round out the week with clouds and cooler afternoon highs in the upper 60s (seasonable for mid-April). There’s a slight chance for a few, passing showers throughout the day, as a cold front approaches, but there is not a lot of moisture associated with this weather-maker. Those who get rain will only see a few hundredths of a inch.

Partly Cloudy, Breezy
Highs: 68-73
Winds: Northwest 10-15 mph, Gusts 20 to 30 mph
Saturday, Earth Day, will be the warmer weekend day with highs around 70 degrees. It will be a breezy day with low humidity and a mix of sun and clouds for any of your outdoor plans.

Partly Cloudy
Highs: 58-63
Winds: Northwest 5-10 mph
Cooler than average temperatures will round out the weekend. Sunday morning will start off in the 40s, so it will be a noticeably cooler/colder to start the day. Afternoon highs will only reach the low 60s, which is below average. Sunday will be the first time in a week and a half with below average temperatures, so make sure to have a light jacket for your Sunday plans, especially in the morning.

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