The workweek is starting off on a mild note with plentiful sunshine. Our northeastern towns will have a bit more cloudcover this afternoon, keeping highs there in the lower 60s. Elsewhere, temperatures in the upper 60s to near 70 will be common. Although it won't be as blustery as yesterday, winds will still be blowing at 15 to 25 mph. Fire danger will be elevated today because of the dryness, warmth, and wind. Tomorrow will be another day with sunshine and highs in the 60s. 70s are ahead on Wednesday before a cold front sweeps through, bringing thunderstorms with it. At this time, any storminess should hold off until later Wednesday evening and night, moving out during the morning on Thursday. We ought to get some nice rain out of it, and our severe weather risk is low but bears watching. After the storms, our temperatures cool off for a couple of days.
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