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Tonight will be quite mild again with lows only falling into the mid-60s, about 10 degrees warmer than normal. As our wind dies and temperatures fall, fog will be possible again with some dense fog along the shore.
Thursday will become almost as warm as Wednesday with highs climbing into the mid-80s. The record is 90 set back in 1929, so we will again be closer to the record than our normal high of 76. Expect only partly sunny conditions as clouds build more into the afternoon.
A cold front is slowly making its way toward us from the northwest, increasing our chance for showers Friday into the weekend. We are only expecting widely scattered showers as much of the rain will be breaking up before the front arrives. The wind will pick up late Friday and continue to be breezy through Saturday.
With additional clouds and a north wind shift, temperatures will back off to the mid-70s Friday through Monday, with a return of the 80s next Tuesday.
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