TODAY cooler more seasonal temperatures will be in place behind exiting low-pressure system tracking northeast through NE and the Midwest.  Winds be from the northwest with highs in the in the upper 50’s and lows in the low 30’s.    Tonight, with clear skies and light winds turning southwest we can expect a frosty start tomorrow morning, FROST ADVISORY 4 TO 9 AM. Then afternoon temps warm to around 70 under sunny skies.  Friday and over the weekend the area will see upper-level northwest and westerly flow as a ridge builds over the Rockies then moves into the Plains resulting in afternoon temps in the 70’s, lows well above freezing and continuing dryness.  The 10-20 degree above normal temps and dry conditions will stay with us heading into the extended forecast next week.     

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