With afternoon temperatures near and above 60 degrees, it ended up being a great day for a stroll or even perhaps an outdoor lunch. I hope you got to spend some time outside, because a cold front has already passed and we’ll start to feel the cooler air moving in this evening and tonight. There are certainly no 60s in the forecast ahead.
Through tonight: Winds diminish somewhat with sunset, but they stay up tonight around 10 mph with gusts into the 20 mph zone. Skies are partly to mostly clear as lows reach a range of near freezing to the upper 30s.
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Tomorrow (Tuesday): It’s back to cool and blustery, as it probably should be this time of year. It is a bit chillier than normal, as highs mainly reach the low to mid-40s. Winds are out of the northwest around 10 to 15 mph, with higher gusts.
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