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Alan - "The coolest air of the season looks to settle in over the next two days."

Alan's 6 AM Saturday Forecast.

Posted: Sat Oct 20 05:05:25 PDT 2018
Updated: Sat Oct 20 06:24:40 PDT 2018

Speech to Text for Alan - "The coolest air of the season looks to settle in over the next two days."

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moving through our area. this is our latest front pushing through and it will keep some light and moderate rain in the forecast during the first half of the day. skies are anticipated to gradually clear during the middle to late afternoon with sunshine become more widespread as we approach the evening and night hours. the scattered to widespread rain cloudy conditions to start saturday will help keep temperatures from changing more than about 10 to 15 degrees between the morning and mid-afternoon. today we expect to top out in the middle to upper 60s across our area as cooler air will begin to settle in during the second-half of the afternoon and into the evening hours in the wake of this latest front. frosty conditions for some locations will be possible as we head into the sunday and monday as will drop into the lower 40s and even upper 30s to begin the new week. we will see just a little bit of a warm up for our early to middle portion of our upcoming work week. we will see another cold front move through our area during the middle portion of the upcoming work week and this will bring us a very slim chance for some showers, along with some more of the cooler temperatures. ((adlib)) thanks for watching this morning.
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