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High: 87° | Low: 76°

Breezy with a passing shower

September 22

High: 86° | Low: 74°

Lots of sun, breezy and nice

September 23

High: 87° | Low: 75°

Some sun; breezy in the p.m.

September 24

High: 88° | Low: 73°

A shower in the p.m.; breezy

September 25

High: 87° | Low: 74°

A morning shower

September 26

High: 88° | Low: 76°

Breezy in the afternoon

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