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Another day with a lot of sunshine will be accompanied by temperatures in the upper 60s to lower 70s! Highs on Thursday will be in the low 60s before falling into the mid 50s for Friday. I wouldn't be surprised if a Wind Advisory or High Wind Warning is issued sometime Sunday afternoon. Skies are mostly sunny through Wednesday with otherwise light winds. Temperatures will stay in the 60's close to what average temperatures should be for this time of the year.

By sunrise Monday morning, temperatures will range from 32-34 degrees as high pressure moves back into the region.

Tuesday, our highs won't quite make it to the upper 70s thanks to a cold front that will track down into our area in the afternoon.

Yet another train derailment in Uttar Pradesh leaves 3 dead, 9 injured
Additional Director General (Law and Order) Anand Kumar said the derailment occurred due to a fracture in the railway tracks. The injured have been admitted to the district hospital in Chitrakoot and the condition of two of them is said to be serious.

New Infiniti QX50 SUV revealed
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United Kingdom 'disappointed' at Capital of Culture snub
Labour's Tom Watson , the shadow culture secretary, some cities had already spent up to $665,000 on their bid submissions. The DCMS wants to continue working with colleagues in Europe, which could include participating in cultural programmes.

The rain chances come at the end of the week. Overnight lows will not be as cold, either, as we bottom out in the mid to upper 40s both nights. Temperatures climb into the lower 60s.

Friday afternoon remains seasonable and those conditions continue through tonight with dry conditions.

A cold front will drop in Saturday night and that will bring us a few clouds and maybe even a stray shower or two.


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