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Jeff Booth

Jeff Booth

Doppler 10 Forecast: Scattered showers & storms


This Evening: Showers and a few rumbles of thunder through the early to mid-evening. Widespread severe weather isn’t anticipated but downpours are possible.
Tonight:Showers taper off and skies clear out through the overnight. Cooler and drier weather works in as well with open window weather. Low 62. North winds 4-8 mph.
Tomorrow:Plenty of sun, lower humidity and cooler conditions. Fall like weather settling in across the area. High 78. North winds 8-12 mph.
Friday: Another great day with plenty of sunshine and comfortable conditions. High 78. North winds 8-12 mph.

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Weather Discussion: A cold front will move through over the next few hours bringing showers and a few thunderstorms. Not organized severe weather is expected but these will bring downpours. We’ll dry out by about 8-10PM and see some clearing overnight with cooler low temps on the way. Thursday looks great! Plenty of sun and feeling a little like fall. After waking up in the 50s Friday morning we’ll hit the upper 70s with plenty of sun. Saturday will be a little warmer but it won’t be too terribly muggy. Mostly sunny on Sunday with highs in the mid to upper 80s. We’ll be back near 90 by Labor Day and for the first few days of next week but it’ll remain dry.

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