PM Update: Clear skies and growing warmth
Four days of springtime brilliance on tap
Morning clouds were no match for a strong March sun today and this afternoon has turned out quite pleasant overall. Highs ranging from the upper 50s to near 60 are back up and past average for this time of year, and we're only headed higher in the temperature department the next few days. Of course, the pollen that got washed out by the rain will be coming back in full force as well.
Through Tonight: Mostly clear skies and light winds allow temperatures to fall to lows in the mid-30s in the cold spots to the low-or-mid 40s downtown. With all the moisture still around from recent rain, some places may see a bit of fog by sunrise.
Tomorrow (Wednesday): Midweek "sick" day? Perhaps, but then you'd be tempted to make it a rest-of-the-week vacation. We start off slightly crisp, with maybe some patchy fog, but the March sun goes to work fast sending us to highs in the mid-60s. Light winds from the northwest will be little issue.
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