Record warmth possible next 48 hours before rain and storms arrive midweek

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A dry, very mild start this morning under partly cloudy skies and steady, light south winds. Anticipate a great sunrise (7:58 a.m.) with temperatures holding in the middle 60s. Bright sunshine and warmth will continue to build throughout the day, as winds turn gusty from the southwest. Wind gusts could reach 30 mph between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. The record high today is 86°, set back in 1950. Currently, we are forecasting a high of 85°.


More warmth expected on Tuesday before clouds gather and a few rain chances increase by the evening. These rain chances will come along a cold front that will slowly bring an end to the near record warmth. Heavier rain and storms will be possible on Wednesday before cooler shift takes hold!

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