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Under clear skies, light winds and dry air, temperatures will drop to lows of 24°-29° by dawn Saturday. A widespread frost, and in some areas a hard freeze, is likely.
“FROSTY, SUB-FREEZING” DAYBREAK SATURDAY
SUNNY, VERY COOL SATURDAY AFTERNOON
THIS WEEKEND: DRY SKIES COOL DAYS-COLD NIGHTS
Saturday will be a nice fall day, but still cooler than normal. We’ll see lots sunshine and light winds, with afternoon highs in the low to mid 50s.
Don’t forget this weekend we “fall back”. Daylight Saving Time ends late Saturday night (actually 2am Sunday). Remember to change your clocks back one hour before heading to bed.
Sunday’s sunrise will be back into the 6 o’clock hour, at 6:25 AM. Unfortunately the sunset time will shift to the 4 o’clock hour. We’ll start Sunday with sunshine, but end with increasing afternoon/evening clouds.
Sunday still looks dry and cool with a mix of clouds and sunshine. We’re continue to monitoring the track of an ocean storm on Sunday evening and early Monday. The storm is expected to stay out to sea keeping both Saturday and Sunday dry