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Although temperatures this afternoon were subdued, humidity was not, and clouds were numerous. All those factors combined for a less than stellar September day. With a front hung up in the broader region, the odds for better conditions aren’t great this weekend, but Saturday could come close.

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Through tonight: A fetch off the ocean continues to provide clammy conditions this evening and overnight. Some showers could roll by but they won’t be long-lasting. Patchy fog and drizzle form overnight as lows reach the mid- and upper 60s.

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Tomorrow (Saturday): This should be the winner, if any fog and drizzle clear out promptly. Highs are in the 70s and skies turn partly sunny. Humidity is also down a bit. Winds are still from the east, blowing around 5 to 10 mph.

Sunday: The front comes slinking back north through the day. This means increasing humidity and a growing chance for some showers or storms, predominantly late in the day. Highs are near 80 and perhaps as mild as the mid-80s.

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Pollen update: The most recent pollen report was washed out.

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