Warm fall weekend expected, NWS says

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That frigid 29-degree night on October 15 seems to have been a fluke.

According to the National Weather Service, the next few days of fall should be ideal for getting outdoors and enjoying some warm sunshine.

Friday’s high is forecasted to reach 75 degrees, with sunny skies and a gentle wind.

Just in time for the weekend, the next three days offer a repeat: 76 degrees on Saturday, 75 degrees on Sunday and 76 degrees on Monday. We won’t be in record territory. The low 80s are record high temperatures for those days.

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There’s a chance of rain moving in Monday night and on Tuesday, with a high temperature Tuesday dipping to 68. Then it’s back to sunny skies on Wednesday — Veterans Day —  with a comfortable high temperature of 60 degrees.

If you’re wanting cooler weather, just keep in mind that winter officially begins on Dec. 21.  

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