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Friday: Scattered showers and thunderstorms possible into the early afternoon. Red Flag Warning in effect until 2pm because of that threat. Breezy winds, gusts to 20mph. Clearing by mid-afternoon. High: 81°

Friday Night: Clearing skies this evening, partly cloudy to mostly clear and cool temperatures. Low: 59°
 
Saturday: If you want to be outside this weekend this would be the day to do it. Partly cloudy skies, mild temps but the chance of scattered showers again by Saturday night. High: 83°
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