PM Update: After more warmth, cooler days ahead
Typical fall weather Wednesday; Some rain after?
We've been given another very warm day for this time of year, but change is in the air thanks to a cold front moving through. Highs today near 80 and into the lower 80s are still well above average even if a step down from yesterday. We take another big step tomorrow under mostly sunny skies, before rain chances look to return for Thursday.
Through Tonight: There could be an isolated shower or rumble early, but I don't expect much if anything. Otherwise, mostly clear and cool. Lows reach the mid-to-upper 40s in the suburbs to the lower 50s downtown.
Tomorrow (Wednesday): This is a pretty nice day for the middle of the work week -- might want to try to find some time to spend outdoors if possible. Mostly sunny skies and light winds mean no weather worries as highs top out in the mid-to-upper 60s, pretty close to average for this time of year. Clouds may creep in a bit late, but we'll probably stay pretty clear into evening.
Still tasting summer: As things cool back off around here, it's another story for parts of the West Coast. An excessive heat warning has been issued for the San Francisco area, where temperatures are expected to be near or above 90 for the next three days.
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