Weekend begins dry, ends wet

    Spring

    Spring "busting out" today

    A decent weekend featuring above average temperatures is ahead, forecasters say. 

    High temperatures both days will reach to around 60 before dropping back to the 40s at night, according to the National Weather Service.

    Skies tomorrow will be mostly sunny, with a light northeasterly wind shifting to the southwest during the afternoon. Some clouds will begin to build in tomorrow night.

    By Sunday, winds will remain light, and skies will be mostly cloudy. Shower chances will increase late in the day, and precipitation will likely begin during the evening hours and last through Monday. 

    Temperatures both days will be around 10 degrees above normal. 

    The ongoing fire risk will decrease tomorrow as winds begin to subside and relative humidity values increase. 

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