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PM Update: Our weather is anything but spooky this weekend

Halloween is inbound (Jeanette.Cook/Flickr)

Today’s cloudiness was a step above the cloudiness early this week, given today’s filtered sunshine. It was on the cool side, with temperatures right around 60 for the highs. Relatively tranquil weather is on tap this evening and through the weekend. Good news for any of those Halloween weekend plans.

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Through tonight: Clouds will thin out and break up through the night. Seasonably cool temperatures will result in lows in a 40-to-48 range in most spots. Winds will be out of the north around 5 to 10 mph, with occasional stronger gusts.

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Tomorrow (Saturday): Sunshine will make a big reappearance. Given fall color nearing peak locally, there are sure to be many people out and about. Afternoon temperatures will make it to the low to mid-60s. Winds will be light out of the north or northeast.

Sunday: More clouds will close out the weekend. We’ll see some periodic sun as the forecast has trended slightly kinder in closing. Any showers should stay at bay until after dark. Highs will again be mainly in the low and mid-60s. Winds will blow around 5 mph, coming from the south over time.

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