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Today the warming trend will continue with daytime highs reaching the upper-50s. Though we will be seeing nicer temperatures, we will see plenty of clouds and scattered shower lasting throughout the day.

The showers move out by tomorrow, but the warmer temperatures don’t end there. By Monday, we will reach the mid-60s and almost the 70s as we head into Wednesday.

Another round of showers move in Wednesday evening and even a few possible thunderstorms. We will continue to see scattered showers throughout Thursday and Friday.

As the showers move out, so do the warmer temperatures. Slightly cooler weather is what we’ll see for the end of the week.

Meteorologist Kelsey Woodard

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Now that the rain has come to an end, look for very strong winds to take over across much of the TV6 viewing area. Conditions will be blustery as winds pick up out of the south at 15 to 30 mph. Higher gusts will be possible through this afternoon, so make sure everything is tied down in your yard, and exercise caution if you drive a high profile vehicle. Clouds will stick around over the next few hours, followed by gradual clearing late this afternoon. Our warming trend continues with highs climbing into the 50’s. Sunshine returns Monday and Tuesday with highs well into the 60’s. We could even see readings near the 70 degree mark by midweek.

TODAY:  Cloudy and windy conditions, followed by gradual clearing by afternoon. High: 54°. Wind: S 15-30+ mph becoming west.

TONIGHT:  Mostly clear and not as cold. Low: 32°. Wind: W 5-15 mph.

MONDAY:  Mostly sunny and warmer. High: 65°. Wind: W 10-15 mph.

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