Pinpoint Weather: Unseasonably warm afternoons this week

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Thanks to high pressure, daytime highs will run above normal for next several days. High pressure at the surface and aloft will allow for sunny skies and warming temperatures, counteracting the colder air that moved in behind Saturday’s front.

Tonight will be cold with calm winds. Lows will be below freezing, dropping back into the 20s. Morning commuters may wake up to some light frost on their windshields. However, the air in place may be a little too dry for widespread frost concerns.

Although each afternoon will be warmer than normal, nights and the early morning hours will still be cold enough to don a coat.

Highs this week look to be at least 8 to 10 degrees warmer than what is typical for this time of year. In fact, Thursday is forecast to be the warmest day of the week with highs near 70 degrees in some spots.

Any chance for rain holds off until later in the week. While a front to the west could introduce a few showers to our westernmost communities late Thursday, better rain chances evolve Friday and mainly Saturday. Behind the front, temperatures drop again in time for next week.

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