A cold front is poised to move through the area overnight, sparking light showers while most of us sleep. Those showers and associated clouds will clear out quickly Monday, leaving us with a blustery but seasonably mild day. We are in store for a little taste of winter on Monday night, as temperatures should drop below freezing across the region.

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Through tonight: Mostly cloudy with shower chances increasing as we progress through the overnight period. Showers will probably develop sometime after midnight but will be generally light. Staying rather mild, with lows ranging from the low to mid-40s.

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Tomorrow (Monday): Showers and clouds will linger through the morning, but things should clear up and lead to sunny skies by the afternoon. Winds will become gusty (10 to 25-plus mph) from the northwest, with temperatures topping out in the low 50s. Clear and quite cold in the evening, with lows in the mid- to upper 20s.

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