From: Kelly Bates
Monday will start with patchy, dense fog and will lift to a blend of sun and clouds. A slow-moving and very strong cold front comes through Tuesday into Wednesday. We could see periods of heavy rain that could cause localized street flooding and extremely gusty winds. Winds will be 40-50 mph with the possibility of even higher gusts. As a result, we could see downed trees and limbs that could lead to power outages and holiday decorations will need to be secured or brought in. After the front clears Thursday, we will see cooler, more fall-like temperatures.
Monday: Partly sunny after early patchy fog. High: 72.
Tonight: Cloudy with fog and a chance of showers. High: 61.
Tuesday: Cloudy and windy with showers and a chance of thunderstorms. High: 71.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy and windy with a chance of heavy rain. High: 68.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy with a chance of morning showers. High: 62.
Friday: Sunny. High: 65.
Saturday: Early fog clearing to sunny. High: 66.
Sunday: Early patchy fog to partly cloudy. High: 64.
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