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Sun

Feb 24

68° /42°
Some rain and a thunderstorm

Mon

Feb 25

66° /47°
Turning cloudy

Tue

Feb 26

60° /46°
Cloudy, rain possible

Wed

Feb 27

63° /35°
Rain and drizzle possible

Thu

Feb 28

62° /39°
Mostly cloudy, rain possible

Day

68° Hi
RealFeel® 68°
Precipitation 56%
Mostly cloudy, occasional rain and a thunderstorm; mild
Winds from the
W
8 mph
Gusts: 14 mph
Max UV Index: 3 (Moderate)
Thunderstorms: 30%
Precipitation: 0.24 in
Rain: 0.24 in
Snow: 0 in
Ice: 0 in
Hours of Precipitation: 4 hrs
Hours of Rain: 4 hrs

Night

42° Lo
RealFeel® 39°
Precipitation 9%
Partly cloudy; cooler
Winds from the
NW
6 mph
Gusts: 9 mph
Max UV Index: N/A
Thunderstorms: 1%
Precipitation: 0 in
Rain: 0 in
Snow: 0 in
Ice: 0 in
Hours of Precipitation: 0 hrs
Hours of Rain: 0 hrs

Temperature History

  Today Normal Record 2/24/2018
High 68° 61° N/A 81°
Low 42° 36° N/A 59°

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