More record-breaking temperatures expected Wednesday

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Rain is expected to continue on and off from Thursday through Sunday, dropping temperatures into the mid- to high-30s.

A weak weather system will pass through the region southwest of Seattle on Tuesday, and a second, and parallel weak system, is predicted to follow on Wednesday, Guy said. Temperatures will start in the 50s right out of the gate.

Areas of dense fog will develop again tonight and stick around through early Wednesday morning.

A high temperature of 63 degrees is predicted for Tuesday, with highs in the lower 60s on Wednesday.

"It's not going to be a complete washout, but there will be periods of rain showers", she said.

The Shoals tied a record high temperature Monday and is flirting with doing the same today, according to the National Weather Service office in Huntsville. Forecasts predict Wednesday's springtime vibes to be followed by rain and a cold front, with temperatures in the upper 30's on Thursday.

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Overall we are not seeing any big-chill develop in the near average temperatures for the rest of the week.

The cause is what the weather service describes as a very cold air mass is over Northern California.

"In fact, records are likely to be broken [on Wednesday]", Buttrick said. The previous record was 65 degrees set in 2016 and 1939. The normal average high for Reading on February 21 also is 43. Some wet snow could even mix in later in the day.

Cloudy skies should clear to sun in the afternoon.

SATURDAY: Increasing clouds. Near 50 degrees. Highs in the 40s.

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