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The winds have been the main weather story over the last couple of days as gusts have peaked in the 25 to 30 mph range. As we round out the work week, winds will die down and mainly dry weather will persist with a slight uptick in rain prospects by the weekend.
The day will dawn with a few patchy clouds across the region and temperatures will be a bit milder. Upper 60s to 70 degrees will be the norm across our urban and coastal areas, while our inland communities stay a touch cooler in the middle 60s. Through the afternoon our winds will continue to be breezy, it just won't be quite as gusty. This afternoon, we'll more than likely see a bit more sunshine and that will give regional daytime highs a boost into the middle and upper 80s.
Tonight, a few passing clouds will remain in the forecast. It will also be a bit muggy as overnight lows settle into the upper 60s to lower 70s.