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Enjoying fall foliage

We can sum up your latest forecast in two words: little change. Our high pressure feature is dominant through Tuesday which means that patchy dense fog will continue during the morning and evening hours (visibility down to one mile or less at times). Due to the clock wise rotation of the high, brisk northerly winds will prevail holding temperatures close to 60 degrees for a high and an average of 40 degrees for overnight lows.

By the middle of next week, our ridge begins to weaken allowing for more clouds to slide across the state. Models continue to hold off most rain chances through the end of next week.

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