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A generally quiet work week

Mostly clear skies likely for much of the week.

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The cold front continues to slowly move away from our region, however a few showers will still be possible in our region today. As we head into the evening and overnight hours, any lingering showers in our region will likely quickly taper off, leaving us with mostly clear skies for Monday. Mostly clear skies will be the theme as we head throughout the work week. Another system may begin to approach our region towards the start of the weekend. In the meantime, temperatures will generally be in the low to mid-60s for a high today, and then into the lower 70s for Monday, and then reaching up to around 80 degrees by Tuesday.

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