A strong cold front will cross the region tonight.
The National Weather Service says this front will bring rain, gusty winds, and perhaps a few thunderstorms. Wind gusts of 35-40 mph are likely this evening and overnight, but isolated higher gusts may be possible in any thunderstorms.
Temperatures will drop into the 30s by Wednesday morning and hold there through the day.
Forecasters says a few snow showers are possible as the rain exits, but little to no accumulation is anticipated.
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