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Warm, sunny day leads to cold, rainy weekend

Friday will be even warmer than a day ago.

Temperatures will move into the upper 70s along coastal areas and into the 80s for inland areas, said Diane Kacmarik, Bay News 9 meteorologist. Friday night's low is 65 degrees.

Saturday will bring a cold front and chance of rain that should stick at least through Monday. Sunday morning will be in the 50s, and there's a 40 percent chance of rain that day. Monday's high will be in the 60s.

By the end of next week, temperatures could again drop to the 30s.

Warm, sunny day leads to cold, rainy weekend 02/04/11 [Last modified: Friday, February 4, 2011 9:53am]
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