Heather's Forecast: Wednesday, September 20, 2017

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Shower and storm activity we saw during the afternoon, fading off now that the sun is going down. Tonight will be warm and pleasant. We will wake up to temperatures in the Mid to Upper 60s. Patchy fog possible again early tomorrow. Thursday be another  hot and humid day with highs in the Upper 80s. A few isolated pop-up storms can't be ruled out during the afternoon. Fall officially starts Friday, and if you're missing the cooler temperatures you'll have to wait until a cooler air moves in by the end of next week. 


Tonight:Mostly Clear, Patchy Fog Developing
Low: 69
Wind: S-5 then Light

Tomorrow: Partly Cloudy, Isolated Storms
High: 88

Wind: NE 5

Almanac for Wednesday, September 19, 2017

High: 92  Normal High: 81  Record: 97, 1925
Low:  67  Normal Low: 59  Record:  43, 1916
Precipitation: Trace Month: 3.50"  Year 40.34"
Thursday Sunrise: 6:34 A.M. and Sunset: 6:46 P.M.   

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