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Justin Liles' Weather Forecast

StormTeam Outlook: Sunday September 22nd, 2014
Justin Liles, Chief Meteorologist
jliles@wdio.com

A beautiful fall week will bless us this week.  Temperatures are going to be above average as a ridge of warm dry air moves in this week.  There is small chance for some light rain Tuesday night and Wednesday but it looks to stay along the International Border. 
 

If you have been worried that Summer has left us for good, don't worry, we may see some 70s by the end of the week.  We are going to be heading into a weekend with plenty of sunshine and nice weather.   Mother Nature looks to be kind to us this week.

Chief Meteorologist Justin Liles

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