The blend of clear skies, light breezes, and dry air will prompt another cold night in the Piney Woods. We will see medium-term lows scrape the bottom in the upper 30’s to approach 40.
Wednesday will be another sun-filled, charming day, with evening highs beating out in the upper 60′s, which is wonderful and good enough this season.
The following climate producer and cold front will move in medium-term Thursday and early Friday morning, bringing us expanding mists and only a small 30% possibility of downpour.
Behind the frontal section, search for incompletely shady skies and all the more regularly cool temperatures to return during the current end of the week with no rain expected.
Thicker mists and some low-end downpour chances return right on time one week from now ahead of time of a marginally more grounded cold front, one that will show up after the expected time Monday or early Tuesday.
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