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Dry Days Ahead

 

We will see clear skies overnight tonight with a light north wind. Temperatures will once again plummet into the lower to mid-30s. This means patchy frost is possible, especially across our northern counties. Skies will stay mostly sunny on Monday with a light north wind. Temperatures will be a little warmer with highs in the lower to mid-60s. Temperatures will climb a few more degrees on Tuesday with highs in the mid to upper 60s. We will see a few more clouds on Wednesday before the sunshine returns on Thursday. Temperatures will finally warm back into the lower to mid-70s by the end of the week and into next weekend. Right now it looks like it will be a fairly dry week with our next best chance of rain coming Saturday night into Sunday.

Meteorologist Jennifer Hildreth
WeatherFIRST Forecast Team


CEDAR RAPIDS ALMANAC
April 26, 2015

Normal High: 65   Record High: 86 (1986)
Normal Low: 42    Record Low: 24 (1907)
Sunrise: 6:10 am    Sunset: 8:00 pm

Monthly Precip. (Broadcast Park): 4.23"
Monthly Precip. (Airport):
3.72"


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