FORECAST: Saturday to bring mild temps before freeze warnings go in effect tonight
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After a sunny Saturday, temperatures are expected to drop below freezing by Sunday morning.
A cold start to the day will set us up for a chilly afternoon, with highs struggling to exceed 50 degrees.
Another cold night and another freeze warning will come our way Sunday night before we start a big warm-up.
There is a small chance of rain on Wednesday, otherwise, we will be dry and mostly sunny.
Highs are expected to from 51 on Sunday to 80 or warmer by Friday.
Chilly temps for the weekend but a BIG warm-up is on the way! pic.twitter.com/73avfjTvTN
— Madi Baggett (@madithemet) March 18, 2023
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