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Tonight will be another mild night with lows only in the lower 60s across most of the state and the winds will be between 5-10 mph from the south. The skies will be clear with no chance for rain during the evening and overnight hours. Tomorrow will be an unseasonably warm day where most of the state could see record high temperatures which will be in the upper 80s with some locations reaching 90. It will be a perfect day for outdoor activities with winds between 5-10 mph from the south and sunny skies.

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Saturday, October 25:

Yesterday:  High Temp:85 °F  (4:05 PM)  Moon Phase
Low Temp:57 °F  (7:15 AM)  
Today:Average High Temp:  71 °F  
Average Low Temp:49 °F  
Record High Temp:87 °F  (1939)
Record Low Temp:29 °F  (1957)
Sunrise:7:45 AM
Sunset:6:43 PM

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