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Additional changes develop over the course of the weekend as low pressure drops out of the Pacific NW to bring yet another stage of a cooldown to the area. Tuesday and Wednesday next week showers are possible north of Santa Barbara as a cold front
It'll be mostly cloudy early today, though the sun will break through later in the day...It'll be mostly clear tonight, with some clouds moving in late.
Sunny, warm weather returns to most of Colorado this week, but high winds from the northwest could bring high wildfire danger back to much of the state by midweek, forecasters said Sunday. Besides wind gusts of up to 30 mph in some locations
Font Resize Bay City News Service Partly cloudy skies followed by sunny skies are expected in the Bay Area this morning...Partly cloudy skies are likely this evening, becoming mostly cloudy later in the night. Lows are expected to be in the mid 50s,
The upper level low pressure system responsible for the rain showers is making its way into Southern California overnight and through Thursday. It still means there's a possibility for more isolated showers. Computer models showing about a 30-percent
The Salt Lake Tribune First Published 1 minute ago Updated 1 minute ago Autumnal sunshine is on the wane at Utah's mid-week, with clouds and cooler temperatures on the way. Time to appreciate, then, as John Burroughs penned: How beautifully leaves
We should see a lot more sun and blue sky today, again thanks to an approaching cold front. The front should keep the rain to our south and deliver drier, slightly cooler air from the north, the National Weather Service said. South Florida's Tuesday
Skies will become mostly clear tonight, when lows will dip to a chilly 53. There will be some fog Wednesday morning, though it'll give way to partly cloudy skies...Expect mostly clear skies that evening, when lows will dip to 51.
Mercury in the city peaked slightly lower at 32 degrees, with the Gold and Sunshine Coasts sitting at 33 degrees. Photo: Katherine Feeney Brisbane was sweltering under a top of 35 degrees today as dry, hot and gusty westerly winds blew summer
That pattern will continue Sunday, but low pressure spinning off the coast will inch its way to the Central Coast, and we'll start to feel the effects by Monday morning. But for Sunday, expect things to remain the same, mid to upper 60's along the