Temperatures and fire danger bounce back and forth this week.
Clear skies stick around this afternoon and evening as temperatures fall through the 50s and 40s. Wednesday morning starts out around freezing.
More sunshine is expected tomorrow, sending highs back into the mid and upper 60s before our next cold front moves through. With drier air, stronger winds and warmer temperatures, the fire danger will be on the higher side. Behind that front, temperatures will slide back into the low to mid 50s under lots of sun.
Sunny with gusty southwest winds on Saturday. With winds pushing 35 to 50 mph at times, we're looking at an extreme fire danger that day. That warmer, drier air will also help highs jump up into the lower 70s. Another front will pass through Saturday evening, sending highs back down into the 50s and 60s next week.
Enjoy the rest of your Tuesday!
-First Alert Chief Meteorologist Austin Bowling
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Warm & windy
Colder & windy
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