74ºF

Tonight the coldest of the week

Followed by longest stretch of warm days since Thanksgiving

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Tonight may be the last we see of chilly low 40s for a while.

Clear skies will help the temps drop below 60 after 7 pm and eventually reach the upper 30s and lower 40s at inland locations and upper 40s at the coast.

Then comes a warm up resulting in perhaps three consecutive 80° days by the weekend; a feat not seen locally since last Thanksgiving.

The spring feel takes shape tomorrow afternoon in the mid 70s with sunny skies and low humidity.

Mostly clear skies and dry conditions will prevail Wednesday into Thursday. By Friday showers may target areas near Georgia while most areas in NEFLA remain dry.

Saturday and Sunday stays dry, with southerly flow increasing temperatures and humidity.

Sunrise: 6:59 am

Sunset: 6:20 pm


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