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A second, stronger cold front is expected to hit tonight—bringing chilly weather through at least the rest of the week and rainy weather through Wednesday.


Temperatures will continue to gradually drop to around 46 degrees through tonight and will remain below normal through the week. Rain is only expected to last through Wednesday, so expect sunny weather for the remainder of the week.

Today, there will be higher chances of rain as the day progresses, according to The Weather Channel.

Today will be the last warm morning for a while. Through Wednesday, expect daytime temperatures in the mid-50s and nighttime temperatures in the 40s.

For the rest of the week, expect highs in the high 60s and lows still in the 40-degree range.

Temperatures aren't expected to get above 70 degrees until Saturday, with a high of 73 and a low of 52.


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