Temperatures at 4:00 a.m. are started off chilly in the 40s, but we'll eventually warm up with more mild weather this afternoon under mostly sunny skies.
Monday's high was 62, the coldest day we've seen since May 12th. Today we'll reach the upper 60s. That's normal for this time of year.
The 7 day forecast looks quiet as we warm up a little each day.
Tomorrow we'll be in the low 70s again, and by Thursday the mid 70s.
There's a slight chance for rain Saturday, but that becomes more likely by Sunday.
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