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Wednesday, September 20th, 2017

Patrol investigating fatal crash in Erie County

The Highway Patrol is investigating a two vehicle fatal crash that occurred Tuesday evening in Vermilion Township.

A jeep on Route 2 west reportedly drove between the two bridges that cross over Route 60; eventually going airborne over the northbound lanes of 60.

The jeep landed in the southbound lanes of Route 60 where it was struck by a pickup truck.

The male driver of the jeep died at the scene; while the pickup driver, 45 year-old James Wade of Vermilion, was not injured.

Wade’s juvenile passenger received minor injuries.

 

Latest unemployment numbers

The unemployment rates for Huron and Erie County dropped in the latest numbers released from the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services.

For Huron County, the jobless rate fell from 8 percent in July to 5.1 percent in August.

In Erie County, the rate dropped from 6.7 percent in July to 5.6 percent in August.

As a state, Ohio’s rate slightly increased from 5.2 percent to 5.4 percent.

 

Fired Norwalk Reflector employee admits to stealing from Sandusky Register newsstands

A former employee of the Norwalk Reflector has admitted to stealing from newsstands owned by sister-paper, the Sandusky Register.

35 year-old Shawn Meagrow of Norwalk, who was fired from the Reflector in August, has confessed to two thefts at newsstands in Bellevue and Norwalk.

Nine thefts at various newsstands in the area have been reported since late August; which is under investigation.

 

Sandusky police investigating pedestrian/vehicle incident

Sandusky authorities are investigating a possible vehicular assault that happened early Monday morning.

A 21 year-old male pedestrian from Sandusky, who was discovered injured and lying on the road, was allegedly hit by a car near Hayes Avenue and Decatur Street; which drove away.

The victim received treatment for his injuries.

 

State Route 4 work to continue through March

State Route 4 from U.S. 20 in Bellevue to Perkins Avenue in Sandusky will continue to be reduced to one lane of traffic for a resurfacing and bridge repair project.

The first portion of project will be on Route 4, from U.S. 20 to the Ohio Turnpike.

The entire project is expected to be complete by March of 2018.

 

NEDC Innovation Award handed out

The Norwalk Economic Development Group honored a number of local businesses during the recent awards event.

Maple City Builders received the “Innovation Award” after transitioning the former empty Kmart building into the business, “Water Source”.

Norwalk’s Steve Zigo was also recognized by the group for his extraordinary achievements in economic development.

 

Norwalk United Fund “Dine-out” starts again today

The Norwalk Area United Fund’s “Dine-out” fundraiser starts back up today.

A portion of today’s sales at the Pizza Post in Norwalk will go to support the organization’s 2018 Community Campaign that assists with 34 local programs and grants.

 

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST – 9/20

Today

Isolated showers.  Cloudy, with a high near 82.

 

Tonight

Mostly cloudy, with a low around 62.

 

Thursday

Sunny, with a high near 84.

 

Friday

Sunny, with a high near 85.

Tuesday, September 19th, 2017

Missing boy from Bellevue

Police from Clyde and Bellevue are in search of a missing 13 year-old boy.

Gavin Lagrou of Bellevue was last seen Sunday afternoon at the Clyde Fair with a family and friend before walking away.

Lagrou is a white male; standing 5-foot, 6-inches; thin; with brown hair and brown eyes.

Contact Clyde police with any information.

 

Opiate overdose watch in Huron County

Huron County authorities issued an opiate overdose watch Monday afternoon for the area.

A watch means there may be a stronger than normal batch of drugs in the community; with the situation being monitored.

Authorities suggest to call 9-1-1 in case of emergency, or call 2-1-1 or visit www.huroncohealth.com for substance abuse resources.

The watch expires today at 12:30 pm.

 

Akro-Mils factory closing in Sandusky

The Akro-Mills factory in Sandusky has announced it will be officially shutting down by the end of the year.

The Sandusky Register reports that the plastics manufacturer located on Venice Road began partially scaling down operations two years ago; and will permanently move from Sandusky by mid-December.

 

Part of U.S. 250 near Norwalk to close next month

A portion of U.S. 250 just north of Norwalk will be closing starting October 2nd.

The closure, due to embankment work near the bridge over Rattlesnake Creek at the Erie-Huron County line, will last for two weeks.

 

Norwalk High School ranked safest in county by recent study

A national driving safety study has found Norwalk High School to be the safest in Huron County; and Venice Heights Elementary the safest in Erie County.

The study was conducted by Zendrive, who uses smartphone technology to monitor driving behavior and distracted driving.

Huron County, as a whole, ranked 19th out of the 81 counties in the state that were examined.  Erie County was 28th.

 

Miss Maple City ‘Dine to Donate’ event tonight

If you have dinner at the Freight House in Norwalk tonight, you can give back to a good cause.

10-percent of the proceeds of your bill will go towards the Miss Maple City Scholarship Program.

The program helps young women with their professional and personal goals.

 

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST – 9/19

 

Today

A chance of showers and thunderstorms.

Cloudy, with a high near 81.

 

Tonight

A slight chance of showers and thunderstorms.

Mostly cloudy, with a low around 62.

 

Wednesday

Partly sunny, with a high near 81.

 

Thursday

Mostly sunny, with a high near 85.

Monday, September 18th, 2017

Police – Fremont shooting not linked to school bomb threat

A 14 year-old boy was shot and killed by another 14 year-old boy late Sunday afternoon in Fremont.

The young suspect, who has being charged with involuntary manslaughter, is being held in the Sandusky County Juvenile Detention Center.

The victim reportedly died on his way to the hospital following the shooting on Jackson Street.

Authorities believe the shooting is not linked to Friday’s bomb threat at Croghan Elementary School, which forced the building to be evacuated during the morning hours.

 

12 people sent to hospital following Huron crash

A three-vehicle crash in Huron sent 12 people, including 4 children, to the hospital Saturday night.

Alcohol appears to be a factor in the accident; in which a Mustang fishtailed on a Cleveland Road curve near Sawmill Creek Resort, then hitting a van carrying 7 people.  Debris then hit another vehicle.

None of the injuries were reported as critical.

 

Oak Harbor man in jail for shooting another family’s dog

An Oak Harbor man has been sent to jail for a month after being convicted last year of killing another family’s pet dog.

63 year-old Paul McKee began his sentence last week at the Ottawa County Jail.

McKee reportedly shot a black Labrador retriever when the dog came upon his property, which he claimed was acting aggressively.

 

Strike continues at Maple City Ice

More negotiations are scheduled for Tuesday between striking Maple City Ice delivery drivers in Norwalk and management.

Workers have been on strike since September 1st due to their displeasure with company pensions.

A meeting between workers and management went on for eight hours this past Friday.   A total of 13 men are now on strike.

 

Norwalk woman going to jail for dealing drugs

A Norwalk woman convicted of dealing drugs has been sentenced to two months of jail time.

47 year-old Patricia Irby of East Willard Avenue pleaded guilty to two counts of drug trafficking back in July; along with her live-in boyfriend and accomplice.

 

Sandusky intersection is now a four-way stop

The Sandusky Street Department has officially made the intersection of Scott and Warrant streets (U.S. 6) a four-way stop.

This comes after a crash a month ago that damaged the three-light system there near Sweet Treats and Treasures.

Workers hope to eventually return the traffic lights to the intersection.

 

Construction updates in Norwalk and Willard

A look now at two road construction updates in Huron County…

In Norwalk, traffic will be restricted to one lane on West Main Street at Valley Park Drive today and Tuesday; due to a waterline project.  “Thru-traffic” will be prohibited on Valley Park Drive between Main and Jefferson.

In Willard, construction has been extended at the U.S. 224 railroad tracks between Willard and New Haven.   The road was scheduled to re-open last Friday; but now will not be open until October 6th.

 

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST – 9/18

Today

A slight chance of showers.  Partly sunny, with a high near 82.

 

Tonight

Mostly cloudy, with a low around 62.

 

Tuesday

A slight chance of showers. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 80.

 

Wednesday

Partly sunny, with a high near 82.

Friday, September 15th, 2017

Huron man to spend six months in jail for voyeurism

A Huron man was sentenced Thursday to six months in jail for recording cell phone videos of unsuspecting people in their homes.

46 year-old David Schindley of Eagle Ridge Drive pled guilty in June to voyeurism in connection with claims made in February.

Schindley also has to register as a Tier 1 sex offender.

 

Willard woman guilty of selling heroin in school zone

A Willard woman has been found guilty of selling drugs in a school zone.

31 year-old Christa Lane of Park Street was convicted on several charges including heroin trafficking and drug possession.

She’ll be sentenced next month.

 

Truck pulled from Sandusky river in Fremont

A submerged truck was pulled from the Sandusky River in Fremont earlier this week.

A dive team found nothing inside the truck, which authorities believe might have been in the water for at least 21 years due to having 1996 license plates.

The truck is believed to have appeared after water levels were affected as the Ballville Dam was being torn down.

 

2018 campaign goal announced by Norwalk Area United Fund

The Norwalk Area United Fund announced it has increased its campaign goal for 2018.

The organization, who has hit its $360,000 goal the last four years, said Thursday that their goal for 2018 will be $390,000.

 

Huron County Public Health hosting drive-thru flu shot clinics

Huron County Public Health (HCPH) will be holding drive-thru seasonal flu shot clinics in Norwalk, New London, Wakeman and Willard throughout the month of October.

The clinics begin on October 2nd from 12 noon to 2:00 at Willard Alliance Church and from 3:00 to 4:00 pm at the New London First Baptist Church.

All dates are available online at www.huroncohealth.com.

Only adults will be vaccinated during the drive-thru clinics.

 

State Route 13 closing today near Fitchville

State Route 13, between Alpha and Omega Roads near Fitchville, is closed for railroad repairs.

The road should re-open by Thursday.

 

Busy weekend in Norwalk and Sandusky

There’s a lot going on this weekend in the Norwalk and Sandusky area.

The ‘Imagine Norwalk’ arts festival takes place tonight in Norwalk featuring the annual ‘Pet ‘n Pup Parade’ as well as the Norwalk High School homecoming parade.

In Sandusky, Cedar Point’s 21st annual HalloWeekends begins its seven-week run on Saturday.

 

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST – 9/15

 

Today

Widespread fog this morning.

Otherwise, sunny, with a high near 77.

 

Tonight

Mostly clear, with a low around 57.

 

Saturday

Mostly sunny, with a high near 80.

 

Sunday

Sunny, with a high near 82.

Thursday, September 14th, 2017

Vermilion man faces additional indictment in relation to standoff

 A 68 year-old Vermilion man faces an additional indictment in relation to a standoff with police in July.

John Friel of Barnes Road, who was indicted last month on felonious assault, domestic violence and aggravated menacing; now faces a charge of disrupting a public service.

According to authorities, Friel pointed a gun at deputies following a domestic violence incident on July 15th.

 

Snapchat rape suspect to go to trial next month

A trial date has been set for the Danbury Township man accused of raping a young woman while being recorded on the social media app, Snapchat.

77 year-old Dennis Allen, former general manager of Bay Point Resort, will go to court in Ottawa County beginning on October 31st.

Allen was indicted last month on charges of rape and sexual battery in the incident reportedly involving a 20 year-old woman at his South Emerald Shores Drive home.

 

Two people from Norwalk arrested in drug bust

A man and woman from Norwalk have been arrested following a drug bust on South Old State Road.

34 year-old Daniel Skodny and 38 year-old Angie McIntire were both charged with drug trafficking following the raid at 10-B South Old State Road.

Additional arrests are likely to be made in connection with the bust.

 

Basketball coach promoted to assistant principal at Sandusky

Sandusky varsity boys basketball coach Colin Irish has been promoted to the role of high school assistant principal at Sandusky.

Irish, who will also remain as coach of the Blue Streaks, formerly worked as the dean of students at Sandusky Middle School.

Irish will be entering his fourth season as head coach.  His teams have a combined record of 61-14.

He will replace Jennifer Joubert, who resigned in August to take a job in Detroit.

 

Electric bill scam in Huron County

A scam related to electric bills has been reported in Huron County.

The scam involves someone posing as an Ohio Edison employee telling a caller they are behind on their bill and they need to go to CVS to pay with a “Pay Pack”.

You are asked to inform authorities if you receive a similar call.

 

CLI Workshop involved in Hurricane Harvey fundraiser

The CLI Workshop in Norwalk will be assembling care baskets for Hurricane Harvey victims in Texas next Wednesday; along with CIVISTA Bank volunteers.

If you would like to donate items such as baby food, diapers, medical supplies and toiletries; they can be dropped off at CLI Workshop at 306 South Norwalk Road West, Suite B.

 

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST – 9/14

Today

A chance of showers. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 73.

 

Tonight

Mostly cloudy, with a low around 58.

 

Friday

Partly sunny, with a high near 77.

 

Saturday

Mostly sunny, with a high near 80.

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Thursday, September 14th, 2017

Vermilion man faces additional indictment in relation to standoff

 A 68 year-old Vermilion man faces an additional indictment in relation to a standoff with police in July.

John Friel of Barnes Road, who was indicted last month on felonious assault, domestic violence and aggravated menacing; now faces a charge of disrupting a public service.

According to authorities, Friel pointed a gun at deputies following a domestic violence incident on July 15th.

 

Snapchat rape suspect to go to trial next month

A trial date has been set for the Danbury Township man accused of raping a young woman while being recorded on the social media app, Snapchat.

77 year-old Dennis Allen, former general manager of Bay Point Resort, will go to court in Ottawa County beginning on October 31st.

Allen was indicted last month on charges of rape and sexual battery in the incident reportedly involving a 20 year-old woman at his South Emerald Shores Drive home.

 

Two people from Norwalk arrested in drug bust

A man and woman from Norwalk have been arrested following a drug bust on South Old State Road.

34 year-old Daniel Skodny and 38 year-old Angie McIntire were both charged with drug trafficking following the raid at 10-B South Old State Road.

Additional arrests are likely to be made in connection with the bust.

 

Basketball coach promoted to assistant principal at Sandusky

Sandusky varsity boys basketball coach Colin Irish has been promoted to the role of high school assistant principal at Sandusky.

Irish, who will also remain as coach of the Blue Streaks, formerly worked as the dean of students at Sandusky Middle School.

Irish will be entering his fourth season as head coach.  His teams have a combined record of 61-14.

He will replace Jennifer Joubert, who resigned in August to take a job in Detroit.

 

Electric bill scam in Huron County

A scam related to electric bills has been reported in Huron County.

The scam involves someone posing as an Ohio Edison employee telling a caller they are behind on their bill and they need to go to CVS to pay with a “Pay Pack”.

You are asked to inform authorities if you receive a similar call.

 

CLI Workshop involved in Hurricane Harvey fundraiser

The CLI Workshop in Norwalk will be assembling care baskets for Hurricane Harvey victims in Texas next Wednesday; along with CIVISTA Bank volunteers.

If you would like to donate items such as baby food, diapers, medical supplies and toiletries; they can be dropped off at CLI Workshop at 306 South Norwalk Road West, Suite B.

 

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST – 9/14

Today

A chance of showers. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 73.

 

Tonight

Mostly cloudy, with a low around 58.

 

Friday

Partly sunny, with a high near 77.

 

Saturday

Mostly sunny, with a high near 80.

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Thursday, September, 14th, 2017

Two people from Norwalk arrested in drug bust

A man and woman from Norwalk have been arrested following a drug bust on South Old State Road.

34 year-old Daniel Skodny and 38 year-old Angie McIntire were both charged with drug trafficking following the raid at 10-B South Old State Road.

Additional arrests are likely to be made in connection with the bust.

 

Vermilion man faces additional indictment in relation to July standoff with police

A 68 year-old Vermilion man faces an additional indictment in relation to a standoff with police in July.

John Friel of Barnes Road, who was indicted last month on felonious assault, domestic violence and aggravated menacing; now faces a charge of disrupting a public service.

According to authorities, Friel pointed a gun at deputies following a domestic violence incident on July 15th.

 

Snapchat rape suspect to go to trial next month

A trial date has been set for the Danbury Township man accused of raping a young woman while being recorded on the social media app, Snapchat.

77 year-old Dennis Allen, former general manager of Bay Point Resort, will go to court in Ottawa County beginning on October 31st.

Allen was indicted last month on charges of rape and sexual battery in the incident reportedly involving a 20 year-old woman at his South Emerald Shores Drive home.

 

Basketball coach promoted to assistant principal at Sandusky

Sandusky varsity boys basketball coach Colin Irish has been promoted to the role of high school assistant principal at Sandusky.

Irish, who will also remain as coach of the Blue Streaks, formerly worked as the dean of students at Sandusky Middle School.

Irish will be entering his fourth season as head coach.  His teams have a combined record of 61-14.

He will replace Jennifer Joubert, who resigned in August to take a job in Detroit.

 

Electric bill scam in Huron County

A scam related to electric bills has been reported in Huron County.

The scam involves someone posing as an Ohio Edison employee telling a caller they are behind on their bill and they need to go to CVS to pay with a “Pay Pack”.

You are asked to inform authorities if you receive a similar call.

 

CLI Workshop involved in Hurricane Harvey fundraiser

The CLI Workshop in Norwalk will be assembling care baskets for Hurricane Harvey victims in Texas next Wednesday; along with CIVISTA Bank volunteers.

If you would like to donate items such as baby food, diapers, medical supplies and toiletries; they can be dropped off at CLI Workshop at 306 South Norwalk Road West, Suite B.

 

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST – 9/14

Today

A chance of showers. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 73.

 

Tonight

Mostly cloudy, with a low around 58.

 

 

Friday

Partly sunny, with a high near 77.

 

Saturday

Mostly sunny, with a high near 80.

Wednesday, September 13th, 2017

Port Clinton restaurant owner acquitted of charges in arson case

A Port Clinton restaurant owner accused of burning down his business for insurance money has been acquitted of all charges.

32 year-old Bradley Corbin, owner of Sloopy’s Sports Café, was indicted in May of 2016 after his restaurant went up in flames in 2015.

The acquittal came Tuesday after five days of testimony in an Ottawa County courtroom.

His pizza shop was since rebuilt and remains in business.

 

Drug addiction recovery center opening soon in Norwalk

A peer-to-peer recovery center for opioid drug addiction is set to open soon in Norwalk.

It will be located on Shady Lane in the building known as ‘Sarah’s House’.

The center will serve as a ‘safe haven’ for those affected by addiction and their families; and will include counseling, education and other helpful features.

 

Norwalk man sent to prison for endangering child

A man from Norwalk is going to jail for child endangerment.

39 year-old Willie Otis has been sentenced to 21 months in prison in connection with a domestic violence incident in April.

 

Locker room broke into at Whitney Field

A break-in at Whitney Field in Norwalk on Friday night is under investigation.

A number of Saint Paul football players reported they had money and merchandise stolen while they were on the road for a game in Tiffin.

The theft reportedly took place in a locker room used by game officials; which was left unlocked.

 

Anti-bullying seminar coming to EHOVE Career Center

The Erie and Huron County sheriff’s departments are sponsoring a seminar against bullying later this month at EHOVE (E-Ho-Vee) Career Center.

“Parents: Defeat Bullying on the Home Front” will take place September 27th at 6:30 pm; featuring national anti-bullying youth speaker Josh Drean.

 

‘Sub-Zero with a Hero’ set for Thursday in Sandusky

Toft’s Dairy in Sandusky is hosting ‘Sub-Zero with a Hero’ Thursday night.

You can come out and have some ice cream while sharing questions and concerns with Sandusky police officers and firefighters.

The event runs from 6:00 to 8:00 pm.

 

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST – 9/13

Today

A slight chance of showers. Partly sunny, with a high near 76.

 

Tonight

A chance of showers and thunderstorms.

Cloudy, with a low around 59.

 

Thursday

A chance of showers and thunderstorms.

Mostly cloudy, with a high near 72.

 

Friday

Mostly sunny, with a high near 76.

Tuesday, September 12th, 2017

Maple City Ice strike continues into second work week

 Maple City Ice drivers in Norwalk have entered the second full work week of their strike and day 12 overall.

Those on strike say the company wants to stop making contributions to their pension fund.

Maple City Ice has released a statement saying their company is not taking pensions away; but that the striking employees do not belong to the company’s pension plan; that they instead belong to a Teamster’s pension fund that is running out of money.

 

Huron County Sheriff investigating non-injury shooting

 The Huron County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a non-injury shooting incident in Bronson Township.

According to authorities, a residence and vehicle on New State Road were reportedly shot at with a firearm early Saturday.

 

Driver receives minor injuries in semi roll-over in Bellevue

 A truck driver received minor injuries when he lost control of his semi full of baking goods in Bellevue late Friday.

The male driver from New York was on State Route 4 southbound between State Route 547 and Seel Road went he off the highway and clipped an electric pole; which dropped wires on his overturned semi.

The road was closed until Saturday morning.

 

Burglary under investigation in Perkins Township

A burglary in Perkins Township is under investigation.

The reported incident took place Friday night at a home on West Stoneway Drive, between Campbell and Columbus.

Credit cards and jewelry were taken from the home while family members were away.

 

Vermilion police officer’s firing will stand

 The firing of a former Vermilion police officer two years ago will stand.

An Erie County Common Pleas Court judge ruled Monday against Michael Reinheimer, who was attempting to overturn his dismissal in November of 2015.

The 16-year employee was let go due to a number of reported violations of department rules and regulations.

 

Huron County Board of Developmental Disabilities hosting recruitment fair

A recruitment fair hosted by the Huron County Board of Developmental Disabilities will take place Wednesday at their offices in Norwalk.

The fair, running from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm, will feature several local agencies that are looking to interview potential employees that are interested in providing services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

 

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST – 9/12

Today

Cloudy, with a high near 76.

 

Tonight

A chance of showers. Cloudy, with a low around 59.

 

Wednesday

A slight chance of showers, with thunderstorms possible.

Mostly cloudy, with a high near 75.

 

Thursday

A chance of showers and thunderstorms.

Cloudy, with a high near 72.

Monday, September 11th, 2017

Mayor of Put-in-Bay denies doing anything wrong

Put-in-Bay mayor Bernard McCann has denied any wrongdoing in connection with an investigation of the village last week.

McCann said through his lawyer on Friday, via The Toledo Blade, that he and a business partner have made the island the tourist capital of Ohio while providing jobs for residents and tax income for the county.

The investigation included searches of the police department, village hall and lawyer’s office.

 

Huron County mosquito sample tests positive for West Nile

A mosquito sample from the Monroeville area has tested positive for West Nile Virus.

This according to Huron County Public Health and the Ohio Department of Health.

Health officials are encouraging Huron County residents to take all precautions to avoid bites; as well as to eliminate mosquito breeding grounds.

Free mosquito control kits are available to county residents at the Huron County Public Health office in Norwalk.

 

Grant would help fight county opioid issues

The Huron County Mental Health and Addiction Services Board have applied for a grant focused on fighting the area’s opioid drug problems.

The grant would give the county up to $800,000 over the next four years to assist with the budget for the overdose antidote, Narcan, as well as give training to first responders.

The board is also working on putting together a ‘Quick Response Team’; with a focus on helping survivors of overdoses with their recovery.

 

Cracks to be repaired at Davis-Besse

Repairs are expected to begin this week on cracks in a shield building around the Davis-Besse nuclear reactor in Oak Harbor.

Workers are expected to prepare areas surrounding the cracks for new concrete.

The repairs will take around seven weeks to complete; with the plant to maintain normal operation during the maintenance.

 

Waterline project starting today in Norwalk

The Valley Park Drive Waterline Project is scheduled to get underway today in Norwalk.

Traffic delays are expected while work is taking place between Main Street and Jefferson.

 

Grandparents target of phone scams, DeWine warns

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is warning families to beware of phone scams targeting grandparents.

The typical scam involves a grandparent receiving a call from someone posing as their grandchild, who claims to be in trouble and in urgent need of money.

The grandparent is then asked to send money immediately by using a prepaid money card, wire transfer or iTunes gift card.

 

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST – 9/11/17

 

Today

Sunny, with a high near 74.

 

Tonight

Partly cloudy, with a low around 52.

 

Tuesday

Mostly sunny, with a high near 75.

 

Wednesday

A chance of showers. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 76.

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