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More record warmth this weekend... some locations could top 80 degrees

The National Weather Service says we will continue to enjoy unseasonable warm temperatures for the next few days. A chance of rain and thunderstorms moves in Sunday night through Wednesday.
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The National Weather Service says we will continue to enjoy unseasonable warm temperatures for the next few days. A chance of rain and thunderstorms is expected to move in Sunday night through Wednesday.

Check out KARE 11 meterologist Belinda Jensen's latest forecast below:

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