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Mild weather continues for the first week of March. Temperatures remain above normal most of the week. We will see more sunshine this week as well. Most of Tuesday is partly cloudy and dry, although there is a slight chance for afternoon or evening rain showers. Early Wednesday morning, there is still a chance for precipitation, although it might fall as a wintry mix/rain. The majority of the day both Tuesday and Wednesday will be dry, however. Another cold front moves through Thursday afternoon. Temperatures drop and there is a chance for rain/wintry mix Thursday night into Friday morning. The high Friday is 36 degrees. Warmer temperatures and sunshine return for the weekend.
Tonight: Partly to mostly cloudy. Low 29.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy and breezy. Chance afternoon rain showers. High 49.
Wednesday: Morning rain showers/wintry mix, then partly cloudy day. High 43.
Thursday: Partly cloudy. High 50.