This weekend will be wet with a few scattered showers both days. It will consist of off and on activity, and not a washout. Then, by next week, temperatures will be much warmer! It will get back to the mid to upper 80s by midweek
Rain chances over the next several days will be a little higher. Rain will be possible just about every day heading through next week. Some days will have more than others. Either way, I would be prepared for some shower activity
The MLK Health Center, which provides vital services for a portion of the public largely uninsured, continues to provide access to medications, despite the novel coronavirus pandemic. However, there are some major changes.
Sean Payton made news Tuesday with his comments to ESPN that Drew Brees “has announced he is coming back for his final season,” and he attempted to backtrack and clarify the situation Wednesday on a teleconference with local media.
“We do have a lot of people that use their bikes for transportation. We have people that work for the Air Force that are on base that ride from off base to base. Being here on Highway 80 I get to see that everyday. I get to live it, experience it.”
The rain chances will stay relatively low for a couple days. There may be a brief shower toward the end of this week, but until then, we should remain dry. Temperatures are cool today, but will be much warmer and closer to normal for the rest of this week
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