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Today (Friday): Skies are cloudier than not, but we should still get warm for October, or into the mid-70s to around 80 degrees. It’s a bit muggy, with dew points well into the 60s. Patches of early morning drizzle or a couple of quick, light showers are possible, but rain amounts look low. Southerly breezes stay light. Confidence: Medium-High
Tonight: Mostly cloudy overall, as our cold front approaches from the Midwest. Continued sticky dew points in the 60s help buoy temperatures, keeping them in the same range. Shower chances are on the increase as the night wears on as a cold front approaches. A few moderate showers, even a thunderstorm, possible after midnight. Confidence: Medium-High
Tomorrow (Saturday): Showers are possible into midmorning as the cold front finishes moving through. Rain amounts overall look light. That means any rain that falls shouldn’t last long. Skies clear into the afternoon, though another quick pop-up shower is possible. Humidity drops as winds ramp up from the northwest toward perhaps 25 mph gusts. High temperatures should be able to get to the mid-60s, perhaps near 70 in the warmest spots. Confidence: Medium-High
Tomorrow night: Clear skies with some gusty westerly winds. Low temperatures in the mid- to upper 40s. Confidence: Medium
Sunday: A mix of sun and clouds with winds perhaps gusting near 30 mph as Philippe merges with a low-pressure system over eastern Canada. Our coolest day of the weekend may have high temperatures only around 60 degrees into the low 60s. Sunshine levels could improve but we’ll monitor. Confidence: Medium
Sunday night: Partly cloudy and diminishing breezes, with low temperatures in the low to mid-40s. Confidence: Medium
Partly sunny skies continue Monday and Tuesday. Crisp, autumnal high temperatures aim for the 60s, to perhaps near 70 degrees Tuesday. Winds should be calmer but a couple gusts near 20 mph can’t be ruled out. If you have the holiday to wander about on Monday, just grab a warm morning layer to peel off later. Confidence: Medium
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