Speech to Text for Matt's 10pm Tuesday Forecast
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we set a record low this morning at 9 breaking a record from the early 2000's. the record on the books for wednesday is 7, so it this point it's going to be a stretch to break it. we are dry enough that it isn't impossible. the windchill temperatures will be somewhat more manageable, but still around the single digits. wednesday will be marginally more mild, but still well below normal for this time of year, with high temperatures in the mid 30s. a front arriving wednesday, though, will ratchet down those wind chill temperature is once again for early thursday into the single digits if not below zero. thursday's highs will struggle to make it to the freezing point as we continue this below normal trend.friday starts in the mid teens with temperatures building above freezing by afternoon with mostly clear skies. saturday again will begin in the teens and make it to the 40s by afternoon with increasing clouds. our next storm system approachs by sunday and monday bringing with the increased rain chances. in order to get those rain chances to form, we will have to transport more moisture in and that will help moderate temperatures. sunday starts in the upper 20s if not lower 30s with high temperatures reaching the upper 40s by afternoon. late in the evening, rain chances start to increase in the form of showers or perhaps a fewthunderstorms, especiallyto the north and west, with high temperatures sunday occurring after dark close to midnight. the rainier day will be monday at around 50 to 60 percent coverage of showers and/or thunderstorms. a little too early to say whether or not those storms will be strong, but it is something we are monitoring. don't know how to change a tire on your car? we will tell