NBC 5 Forecast: Unusually Warm Start to October

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    The first day of October is coming in with unseasonably warm temperatures.  Highs will be in the low 90s this afternoon.  The high humidity that's in place will lead to thunderstorms tomorrow as a cold front draws near.  The highest chance of storms will be late in the afternoon.  Some of them could be severe with hail and high wind.  After the front clears tomorrow night, Fall weather will return.  Friday will be less humid and cooler.  The weekend looks fantastic.


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    TODAY:  Partly cloudy, breezy, humid, and quite warm.  High: 93.  Wind: S 10-20 mph.

    TONIGHT:  Partly cloudy and warm.  Low: 76.  Wind: S 5-15 mph.

    THURSDAY:  Partly to mostly cloudy and warm, with a 60% chance of thunderstorms by late afternoon or evening.  Low: 76.  High: 91.  Wind: SW 10-20 mph, shifting N by late evening.

    FRIDAY:  Mostly sunny, cooler, and less humid.  Low: 62.  High: 82.  Wind:  N 10-15 mph.

    SATURDAY:  A cool morning, then sunny and pleasant.  Low: 55.  High: 81.  Wind: Light.

    SUNDAY:  Sunny and pleasant.  Low: 60.  High: 85.  Wind:  S 10 mph.

    MONDAY:  Sunny and warmer.  Low: 63.  High: 88.  Wind:  SE 10 mph.

    TUESDAY:  Mostly sunny and warm.  Low: 66.  High: 89.  Wind:  S 10 mph.

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