Dry and breezy weather will increase fire danger Wednesday. Temperature readings this afternoon will be around 70 under mostly sunny skies. A strong wind will be in the forecast today with sustained winds of 10 to 20 mph with wind gusts as high as 30 mph out of the northwest. Winds will weaken and shift on Friday as warmer air returns. There is a risk of a few afternoon showers or storms late in the day on Friday.
Temperatures will return to near 80 by Saturday with mostly sunny skies sticking around through the weekend. Sunday will be a bit cooler with temperatures dropping into the middle 70s.
The start of next week is looking very nice with only a slight chance of rain possible for Tuesday.
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