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Weather: it's beautiful now, but that won't last

Get ready to wave goodbye to nearly a week of sunshine, warm weather and clear skies .

A cold front moving over our area Friday will bring rain and slightly cooler temperatures through the weekend.

"Today's kind of our last really nice, warm, sunny day," Bay News 9 Meteorologist Juli Marquez said Thursday.

Temperatures will climb into the low 80s in some areas Thursday afternoon, Marquez said. Cloudless skies will make for beautiful conditions into the evening, much like we've seen throughout the work week.

But the front will bring showers and thunderstorms by tomorrow. And although temperatures will only drop into the high 70s, it will certainly feel more dreary without sunshine.

The cold front will stall over our area after Friday, meaning a chance of spotty showers will linger all weekend. Daytime temperatures will be in the mid-70s, and overnight lows will dip into the mid-60s.

Weather: it's beautiful now, but that won't last 02/20/14 [Last modified: Thursday, February 20, 2014 10:59am]
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