Temperatures are expected to drop Monday night and a freeze watch is in effect, according to forecasters with the National Weather Service.
Monday afternoon clouds are expected to move in and there's a possibility of rain. High temperatures will reach the 70s, but by tonight, those temperatures will drop into the 30s. Forecasters also expect some freezing drizzle.
More freezing drizzle is expected Tuesday morning with low temperatures in the upper 30s.
The showers continue on Wednesday and Thursday.
There's a small chance of rain on Friday, but mostly sunny skies are expected. The skies are expected to clear up by the weekend with no rain likely on Saturday and Sunday.
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