If you've been waiting for those fall temperatures you don't have to wait much longer. In fact, grab the sweater because you're going to need it this week.

Autumn temperatures will finally be in our area starting tomorrow Tuesday (September 22) Our high will be 82 but tomorrow night, you are in for a nice surprise. Our temperatures will dip down to 57 and it only gets better as the week goes on.

Eva Blanco

The cold front that is coming in Tuesday will bring some rain and then the rest of the week is sunny with mild temperatures during the day but the nights? Grab your sweater, because sweater weather is here. Check out the highs and lows the National Weather Service is calling for the rest of the week all listed below!

Tuesday
Showers and thunderstorms tomorrow afternoon with a high near 82.
Tuesday Night
More Showers and thunderstorms are likely with a low around 58.
Wednesday
Sunny, with a high near 79.
Wednesday Night
Clear, with a low around 52! Yes, 52 degrees!.
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Thursday
Sunny, with a high near 80.
Thursday Night
Clear, with a low around 54.
Friday
Sunny, with a high near 83.
Friday Night
Mostly clear, with a low around 57.

Friday night will be perfect for High School Football. So enjoy the weather and the pumpkin spice.

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