Warmer days return, but rain holds off for now — FIRST ALERT FORECAST

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Morning lows are starting in the upper 20s to the low 40s, meaning patchy frost is likely across many areas. There is no chance for rain, as it should be another pleasant day. A cold front will be to our north Sunday, so expect another warm, humid day with a few slight shower chances. Scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms throughout the day.

We're looking at a far better afternoon than yesterday with sunshine and a few clouds in the mix.

Cooler air and more clouds will build in for Friday as a "wedge" sets up. Morning lows temperatures in the 50s, quickly climb to the upper 70s. A noticeable cool-down is on the way for the start of next week. High pressure continues to allow for sunny conditions for Friday, and it will be a tad warmer in the middle 60s. We'll see rain chances increase slightly on Monday ahead of another cool front.

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Behind the aforementioned front will be a brisk wind and much cooler air.

Sunshine returns Thursday and lasting through the weekend. Wind gusts will increase to over 20 miles per hour. Highs will get to the low 60s, which is close to normal for mid-October. Look for widespread 70s on Saturday, and we may even hit 80s again by Sunday. Follow him on Facebook or Twitter for the latest forecast and realtime weather updates.

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