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Cool autumn pattern continues!

Another chilly night, and dry weather through the workweek, but Ian could bring some weekend rain


    - Beautiful autumn weather pattern this week!
    - Chilly nights in the 40s! Coolest since late April
    - Sunny, dry, pleasant through Friday
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Cool Canadian high pressure will dominate our weather pattern through the workweek, supplying lots of sunshine and below normal temperatures. Clear and chilly tonight with lows in the 40s! Coolest since late April! Temperatures will only warm into the upper 60s and low 70s. Tomorrow we will be even cooler staying in the mid to upper 60s! High temperatures will level off in the low to mid 70s Thursday through the weekend. Plan on lots of sunshine through Friday.

We may have some rain chances this weekend depending on the eventual track of the remnants of Ian – which is forecast to make a Florida landfall as a major hurricane sometime between late Wednesday and Thursday. Models are starting to pinpoint a landfall somewhere near Tampa.

TONIGHT: Mostly clear and chilly. Low: 46°. Wind: NW 5-10.

WEDNESDAY: Partly sunny and very cool. High: 66° Wind: N 5-15.

THURSDAY: More sun! Below normal temperatures. High: 70° Wind: NE 5-15.

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