Quiet, cooler day settling in with a warmer weekend ahead

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(Oct. 21, 2014) - A second cold front passed through the state last night and is now pushing our temperatures down this morning.  A northwest flow has taken hold and should keep our temperatures much cooler today compared to yesterday's highs in the 60s. Here's a look at your day planner:

Tomorrow will mark the beginning of a slow but substantial warm-up leading up and through the weekend.  After some patchy frost tomorrow morning expect plenty of sunshine throughout the day.  Warmth sitting just west of Indiana is expected to expand and migrate east on Saturday and should drive our temperatures upward.

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