Mostly clear skies should dominate through the day combined with winds having shifted slightly, so they are no longer blowing out of the north, allowing our temperatures to be at least ten degrees warmer than Tuesday.
Wednesday night will be another clear one with temperatures falling back to the freezing mark and with the winds it will be a crisp and cold evening.
More sunshine on tap for Thursday with similar conditions to today.
Friday, temperatures will make it into the mid to upper 50s and, by the start of our weekend, temperatures will crack back into the 60s by Saturday.
A few cold fronts are expected as next week approaches; the first one will bring Sunday's temperatures down about 5 degrees, and the next one will do the same for Monday and then we should warm up a bit more for the middle of next week.
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