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Posted by Meteorologist Angelica Campos

A dry cold front is passing over the area tonight, after a beautiful Saturday. Temperatures will fall into the low 40s with some clouds early, clearing by Sunday morning.

The Browns game will be mostly sunny and seasonable with kickoff temps in the upper 50s. Since the game begins at 4:25 pm, fourth quarter temperatures will be notably cooler so plan accordingly.

The brief cool down Sunday will be followed by a 48-hour “mild up” with highs at 70° or better!

The warm up will be followed by cooler air, rain, and perhaps some thunder on Tuesday afternoon and evening. Temperatures will then drop each day wrapping up the week in the 40s.

We had a partial solar eclipse on Thursday, October 23rd. Here are some images by Jay Reynolds. A sunspot is visible in the imagery, a nice treat. According to Reynolds, it is the largest sunspot in 10 years.

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