Temperatures quickly warmed this morning, helping numerous clouds develop over the area. They didn’t end up doing a whole lot, but maybe held temperatures back a little, as highs reached the mid- and upper 70s. It’s good practice for us, since clouds rule the weekend. With some luck, raindrops won’t sully too many plans.

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Through Tonight: Clouds will tend to fill our skies most of the night, although some peeks of stars are likely. A few showers won’t be impossible, especially after midnight, when some patchy fog may also develop. Temperatures will dip to a range of near 60 to the mid-60s for lows. Winds will be light and variable after dark.

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Tomorrow (Saturday): With more clouds, and a stronger flow off the ocean, it will be somewhat cooler again. It will still be above normal, given highs will be in the mid-70s most spots. There could be a few showers, as well, which may also last into the night.

Sunday: Early clouds will try to break a bit with time. With the lower chance of rain than earlier feared, temperatures will again head for the mid-70s. Any rain odds will tend to be low after sunrise.

Monday: Gray skies may prove difficult to kick, but there may be some sunnier moments as well. Highs will be in the low and mid-70s. A passing shower can’t be ruled out.

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