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453 PM EDT SAT SEP 20 2014 /353 PM CDT SAT SEP 20 2014/

It was clear last night but by morning skies had become partly
cloudy. Winds had swung around from the south. This kept morning
lows between the mid 50s and the mid 60s at most locations.

This afternoon was partly cloudy and warmer. The high pressure which
have granted us our fall-like weather of recent days had slipped off
to the east which allowed southerly winds to bring in noticeably
warmer and more humid air. Winds gusted to over 20 MPH a few times.
High temperatures were mainly in the low to mid 80s. A few isolated
light showers had popped up.

Tonight, a cold front will approach the region creating a chance of
scattered showers after midnight. One cannot rule out a rumble of
thunder in the heaviest showers. Lows will stay in the mid 60s to
the low 70s.

The scattered showers will diminish from west to east as the cold
front passes through on Sunday. Highs should span from the mid 70s
in the north to the low 80s in the south.

Monday will see a return to fall-like conditions.

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