A frost advisory is in effect for tonight

By: Kari Hall Email
By: Kari Hall Email

Today high pressure kept it sunny. But after yesterday's cold front, tempertures are well below normal. Winds are also quite breezy making it feel a little cooler than the actual temperature. Overnight winds will relax and with clear skies, lows will dip to the lower 30s.

A frost advisory is in effect for the entire viewing area. That means sensitive plants will need to be covered or brought inside.

A nice warming trend will set in on Sunday, with Spring-like highs returning. Most of us will see readings in the low to mid 60s, just a few degrees shy of the average for this time of year.

Into next week expect highs to reach into the lower 70s by Tuesday just before a strong cold front moves in. Rain and storms will be likely on Wednesday with a cool end to the week.

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