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After a Brief Reprieve, Get Ready for a Wintry, Rainy Weekend

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Riptide is wearing flip-flops today just because we can. It's 73 degrees out and beautiful after a long, horrible week of prolonged cold. Our winter wardrobe -- some hoodies and sweatpants -- is in serious need of laundering, and we are really enjoying this T-shirt weather.

Alas, the gods of weather love pushing our buttons, and temperatures this weekend are projected to dip into the 30s at night. The 20 to 30 mph winds and rainfall forecasted for Saturday won't help. Basically, it's going to be miserable, y'all.

Ten-day forecasts are notoriously inaccurate, but apparently we should see daytime temperatures back in the high 70s as soon as late next week.

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