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We barely missed a record low this morning. We got down to 23 degrees, where the record for this day set in 1965 is 22 degrees. The cold continues and we are forecasting a possible record in the low 20s for tomorrow morning. The record is 20 degrees, set in 1996.
Tomorrow afternoon will also be chilly, only reaching the upper 40s, possibly the low 50s. We'll see mostly sunny skies, with a chance for some thicker clouds moving in in the evening and overnight tomorrow night. Even though it will be cold tomorrow, we'll actually see a break in the winds, coming from the east at only about 5 to 10 mph.
It will be another cold morning on Tuesday in the mid 20s, but we warm back up a little for Tuesday afternoon with mostly sunny skies and a high in the upper 50s to low 60s and wind from the south around 10 to 20 mph. We won't see average temperatures again until Wednesday with a high near 70 and still seeing mostly sunny skies.
The warmest we'll get will be at the latter half of the week. We're forecasting mid to upper 70s for Thursday and Friday with very warm morning lows.
Models are predicting some isolated, light showers for Friday through Saturday for our far eastern counties, as of now not expecting much accumulation if anything. That chance is still very slim so we'll keep an eye on it in the coming days.