Sure is spring-like out there.
The National Weather Service has all kinds of information for us today:
- It will be mostly sunny.
- The high will be near 57 degrees.
- There’s a 30 percent change of rain, mainly before 8 a.m.
And tomorrow, we’re looking at:
- It will be partly sunny.
- The high will be around 64 degrees.
- The wind will be 6 to 11 mph with gusts up to 17 mph.
- There’s a 10 percent chance of rain before 11 p.m.
Good luck deciding how to dress!
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