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FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Noticeably colder temperatures Thursday morning

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It’s noticeably colder this Thursday morning; about 20° cooler than Wednesday, in fact. Temperatures will generally be in the low-to-mid 30s with a light northwest wind making it feel more like the upper 20s in some spots. Skies will be mainly clear, with the exception of a few passing high clouds. 

You'll see plenty of sunshine today and temperatures should warm into the mid-40s for a high. Evening temperatures will drop quickly after sunset, with lows falling into the mid-to-upper 20s for Friday morning. Like Thursday, Friday will be mostly sunny with highs making it close to 50 degrees.

You'll see a mix of sun and clouds Saturday with highs around average in the lower 50s. Sunday will be similar, but changes are in store as we begin the next work week as an arctic cold front pushes into the Valley Monday. 

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