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Sunny skies will prevail this afternoon. Gusty north winds will make it feel cool, but high temperatures will be in the 70s across the region. The winds will subside late in the day, and temperatures will plunge into the 50s this evening. Even without much wind, you may want a jacket if venturing out tonight.
Dry, pleasant fall weather is expected this week. Another front will bring cool and breezy conditions to the region Monday night and Tuesday. Highs will be in the 70s and 80s with low in the 40s and 50s.
There is a good chance for temperatures to be below-normal at the end of October and for the start of November. This could potentially mean a cooler than normal Halloween with temperatures in the 60s possible.

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