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Overnight: Rain is likely, especially in the first half of the night, Storm Center 7 chief meteorologist Eric Elwell said. The winds will increase until morning when temperatures stay in the mid-50s.
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Tuesday: Expected to cloud sky with some persistent showers in the morning for Election Day. It will be quite windy with gusts of wind up to 40 miles per hour. Temperatures are falling slowly from the mid-50s to the 40s in the evening.
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Wednesday: Expect a lot of sunshine with some clouds. In the lower 50s it will cool down with highs. It will be stormy sometimes.
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Thursday: The day starts with sunshine, but the clouds get stronger. In the evening showers with highs from the mid-40s will develop.
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Friday: Cloudy sky is to be expected. There is a chance that some sleet might mix on Friday night. The temperatures will last in the lower 40s and fall into the 30s in the evening.
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Saturday: A few clouds are possible early in the morning with clouds in the afternoon. It gets unusually cold and stormy with highs only in the upper 30s.