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Friday, October 6th, 2017

New indoor sports complex headed to be built in Sandusky

Local officials agreed Thursday to soon build a $28 million indoor sports facility in Sandusky.

The complex will be constructed next to Cedar Point Sports Force Parks on Cleveland Road.

The 185,000-square-foot facility will feature several basketball and volleyball courts, an indoor walking track and a sports medicine facility.

Work could begin as early as next spring, with hopes to be finished by the beginning of 2019.

Officials say the facility will not cost local taxpayers a dime; and that most of the funding would come from hotel bed taxes.

 

Norwalk man believed to have handed over counterfeit cash

A 21 year-old Norwalk man has been charged with using counterfeit money.

Marc Sater is believed to have given a female six counterfeit $20 bills while paying for a video game system in an online transaction set up at the Miller’s grocery store parking lot.

 

Willard officially names Chaffins police chief

Willard city council has officially named Shannon Chaffins as police chief.

This comes after a four-month interim stint.

Adam Strong will be his assistant chief.

 

Benton-Carroll schools hit hard by Davis-Besse devaluing

The Benton-Carroll school system will shortly be losing more than $4 million from its operating budget.

It’s due to the state reducing the value of FirstEnergy’s Davis-Besse nuclear power plant in Carroll Township from $184 million to $49 million, which was announced last November and has now become official.

 

Huron County chamber director resigns

Melissa James has announced her resignation as director of the Huron County Chamber of Commerce.

She said she’s exploring a new way to serve the county; and that she felt the chamber was ready for fresh leadership.

James had been director since September of 2001.

A team has been formed to find her replacement.

 

Erie MetroParks hosting “Harvest Happenings” this weekend

Looking for something fun and affordable to do this weekend in Erie County?

How about the annual ‘Harvest Happenings’ festival at Osborn MetroPark in Huron?

The event, with mainly free activities, runs Saturday and Sunday from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm; featuring farm tours, hay rides, archery and more.

 

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST – 10/6

Today

Patchy fog this morning. Showers likely this morning and early afternoon.  Otherwise, cloudy, with a high near 74.

 

Tonight

A chance of showers. Cloudy, with a low around 62.

 

Saturday

Partly sunny, with a high near 82.  Breezy.

 

Sunday

Partly sunny, with a high near 76.

Thursday, October 5th, 2017

Suspected Norwalk arson under state investigation

State officials are offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) involved in starting a fire at an abandoned farmhouse in Norwalk.

The fire Sunday afternoon overwhelmed three rooms at the house in the 1000 block of North Ridge Road.

The state fire marshal found likely fire accelerants in the structure after an investigation.

 

Man headed to prison for attempted rape

A 26 year-old man has pleaded guilty to an attempted rape in Sandusky.

Zachary Van Zandt was accused last October of breaking into a Chesapeake Lofts apartment and allegedly sexually assaulting a woman.

He’ll be sentenced in December, facing up to eight years in jail.

 

Maple City Ice strike continues…

It’s day number 36 of the strike by drivers at Maple City Ice in Norwalk.

Company president Pat Hipp told the Norwalk Reflector that negotiations are again scheduled for this Friday.

This follows earlier talks between Teamsters and Maple City Ice on September 15th and 19th; with the latter involving a federal mediator.

The strike is due to a dispute over pension money.

 

Open house to be held Saturday at Bellevue High School for new improvements

Bellevue High School is hosting a community open house event on Saturday to give the public a look at the facility’s nearly-$2 million in improvements.

It runs from 12 noon to 2:00 pm; and will include tours of the recently-renovated areas including the gymnasium, library, band room and several classrooms.

 

”Silent Alarm” parade this Sunday in Sandusky

A ‘silent alarm’ parade will be held Sunday afternoon in Sandusky to honor thirteen area fallen firefighters as well as remind the community about the dangers of unfriendly fire.

The parade begins at 5:30 pm at the Erie County Service Center parking lot; proceeding north along Columbus Avenue, and ending at the Erie County Firefighter’s Memorial.

Erie County Fire Departments will be driving at a slow pace with lights flashing, but will not be using their horns or sirens.

 

Norwalk Police Department is hiring

The police department in Norwalk is hiring.

Those interested should have at least a high school diploma and drivers license, be between 21 and 35 years-old and be able to pass a background check and physical assessment.

To apply, visit the City of Norwalk’s website (www.norwalkoh.com) or stop by the police department.

The deadline to apply is October 23rd at 4:30 pm.

 

Sandusky Ohio Edison Employee Federal Credit Union merges with VacationLand

The 78 year-old Sandusky Ohio Edison Employee Federal Credit Union has agreed to merge with VacationLand Credit Union.

Preparations are now underway, which include the finalization of account transfers, which are expected to be done by November 1st.

 

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST – 10/5

Today

Partly sunny, with a high near 74.

 

Tonight

A chance of showers and thunderstorms.

Mostly cloudy, with a low around 56.

 

Friday

Showers likely and possibly a thunderstorm. Cloudy, with a high near 71.

 

Saturday

A chance of showers and thunderstorms. Partly sunny, with a high near 83.

Wednesday, October 4th, 2017

 

Texas man charged in Maple City Ice incident

A man from Texas has been charged with assault in relation to an incident at or near Maple City Ice in Norwalk involving Teamsters and independent truck drivers.

38 year-old Jose Carbajal faces a first-degree misdemeanor in the incident last month where workers have been on strike since September 1st in a dispute over pension money.

The independent truck driver is believed to have hit an out-of-town Teamster driver in the head with a billy club after reportedly feeling threatened.

 

Snapchat rape suspect to change plea

The 77 year-old Danbury Township man who was allegedly caught raping a 20 year-old woman on social media will be back in court this week for a plea change hearing.

James Allen pleaded not guilty in August to rape and sexual battery charges for the alleged sexual assault that was reportedly filmed on the Snapchat mobile app.

The hearing is scheduled for Friday in Ottawa County Common Pleas Court.

 

Sandusky couple injured in pedestrian/car accident Tuesday

A  Sandusky elderly couple was hurt Tuesday afternoon when they were reportedly hit by a car in a restaurant parking lot.

Lawerence and Judith Bald both received leg injuries when they were walking out of Dianna’s Deli in Sandusky and were hit by a car driven by 90 year-old Salvatore Corso of Sandusky.

 

Voter registration deadline approaching

Area Board of Elections’ offices are reminding potential voters that the deadline to register to vote or change an address for next month’s general election is Tuesday, October 10th.

Places to register include: county board of election offices, license bureaus and libraries.

Election Day is November, 7th.

 

Study planned for U.S. 6 in Erie County

A study that could lead to enhancements of U.S. 6 in Erie County is in the works.

The one-year study, costing around $250,000, will cover Sycamore Line in Sandusky to Rye Beach Road in Huron along with Butler Street in Sandusky.  It could also include Rye Beach Road from Cleveland Road south to the Norfolk Southern train crossing, depending on costs.

The study is being done because of U.S. 6 being a major thoroughfare to Cedar Point and many businesses, as well as the new Sports Force park.

 

Ohio State Highway Patrol graduates 87 cadets
The Ohio State Highway Patrol’s 162nd Academy Class graduated last week after half a year of intense training.

There were some local graduates from Erie and Huron County:

Jordan Cole and Cody McCoy, both of Milan, were assigned to the Norwalk Post; along with Jason Weaver of Greenwich.

Alex Schlottag of Sandusky was assigned to the Sandusky Post

 

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST – 10/4

Today

Scattered showers. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 83.

 

Tonight

Scattered showers.  Mostly cloudy, with a low around 61.

 

Thursday

A slight chance of showers.  Mostly sunny, with a high near 77.

 

Friday

A chance of showers. Cloudy, with a high near 73.

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Wednesday, October 4th, 2017

 

Texas man charged in Maple City Ice incident

A man from Texas has been charged with assault in relation to an incident at or near Maple City Ice in Norwalk involving Teamsters and independent truck drivers.

38 year-old Jose Carbajal faces a first-degree misdemeanor in the incident last month where workers have been on strike since September 1st in a dispute over pension money.

The independent truck driver is believed to have hit an out-of-town Teamster driver in the head with a billy club after reportedly feeling threatened.

 

Snapchat rape suspect to change plea

The 77 year-old Danbury Township man who was allegedly caught raping a 20 year-old woman on social media will be back in court this week for a plea change hearing.

James Allen pleaded not guilty in August to rape and sexual battery charges for the alleged sexual assault that was reportedly filmed on the Snapchat mobile app.

The hearing is scheduled for Friday in Ottawa County Common Pleas Court.

 

Sandusky couple injured in pedestrian/car accident Tuesday

A  Sandusky elderly couple was hurt Tuesday afternoon when they were reportedly hit by a car in a restaurant parking lot.

Lawerence and Judith Bald both received leg injuries when they were walking out of Dianna’s Deli in Sandusky and were hit by a car driven by 90 year-old Salvatore Corso of Sandusky.

 

Voter registration deadline approaching

Area Board of Elections’ offices are reminding potential voters that the deadline to register to vote or change an address for next month’s general election is Tuesday, October 10th.

Places to register include: county board of election offices, license bureaus and libraries.

Election Day is November, 7th.

 

Study planned for U.S. 6 in Erie County

A study that could lead to enhancements of U.S. 6 in Erie County is in the works.

The one-year study, costing around $250,000, will cover Sycamore Line in Sandusky to Rye Beach Road in Huron along with Butler Street in Sandusky.  It could also include Rye Beach Road from Cleveland Road south to the Norfolk Southern train crossing, depending on costs.

The study is being done because of U.S. 6 being a major thoroughfare to Cedar Point and many businesses, as well as the new Sports Force park.

 

Ohio State Highway Patrol graduates 87 cadets
The Ohio State Highway Patrol’s 162nd Academy Class graduated last week after half a year of intense training.

There were some local graduates from Erie and Huron County:

Jordan Cole and Cody McCoy, both of Milan, were assigned to the Norwalk Post; along with Jason Weaver of Greenwich.

Alex Schlottag of Sandusky was assigned to the Sandusky Post

 

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST – 10/4

Today

Scattered showers. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 83.

 

Tonight

Scattered showers.  Mostly cloudy, with a low around 61.

 

Thursday

A slight chance of showers.  Mostly sunny, with a high near 77.

 

Friday

A chance of showers. Cloudy, with a high near 73.

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Wednesday, October 4th, 2017

Texas man charged in Maple City Ice incident

A man from Texas has been charged with assault in relation to an incident at or near Maple City Ice in Norwalk involving Teamsters and independent truck drivers.

38 year-old Jose Carbajal faces a first-degree misdemeanor in the incident last month where workers have been on strike since September 1st in a dispute over pension money.

The independent truck driver is believed to have hit an out-of-town Teamster driver in the head with a billy club after reportedly feeling threatened.

 

Snapchat rape suspect to change plea

The 77 year-old Danbury Township man who was allegedly caught raping a 20 year-old woman on social media will be back in court this week for a plea change hearing.

James Allen pleaded not guilty in August to rape and sexual battery charges for the alleged sexual assault that was reportedly filmed on the Snapchat mobile app.

The hearing is scheduled for Friday in Ottawa County.

 

Sandusky couple injured in pedestrian/car accident Tuesday

A  Sandusky elderly couple was hurt Tuesday afternoon when they were reportedly hit by a car in a restaurant parking lot.

Lawerence and Judith Bald both received leg injuries when they were walking out of Dianna’s Deli in Sandusky and were hit by a car driven by 90 year-old Salvatore Corso of Sandusky.

 

 

Voter registration deadline approaching

Area Board of Elections’ offices are reminding potential voters that the deadline to register to vote or change an address for next month’s general election is Tuesday, October 10th.

Places to register include: county board of election offices, license bureaus and libraries.

Election Day is November, 7th.

 

Study planned for U.S. 6 in Erie County

A study that could lead to enhancements of U.S. 6 in Erie County is in the works.

The one-year study, costing around $250,000, will cover Sycamore Line in Sandusky to Rye Beach Road in Huron along with Butler Street in Sandusky.  It could also include Rye Beach Road from Cleveland Road south to the Norfolk Southern train crossing, depending on costs.

The study is being done because of U.S. 6 being a major thoroughfare to Cedar Point and many businesses, as well as the new Sports Force park.

 

Ohio State Highway Patrol graduates 87 cadets
The Ohio State Highway Patrol’s 162nd Academy Class graduated last week after half a year of intense training.

There were some local graduates from Erie and Huron County:

Jordan Cole and Cody McCoy, both of Milan, were assigned to the Norwalk Post; along with Jason Weaver of Greenwich.

Alex Schlottag of Sandusky was assigned to the Sandusky Post

 

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST – 10/4

Today

Scattered showers. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 83.

 

Tonight

Scattered showers.  Mostly cloudy, with a low around 61.

 

Thursday

A slight chance of showers.  Mostly sunny, with a high near 77.

 

Friday

A chance of showers. Cloudy, with a high near 73.

 

Friday, September 29th, 2017

Shelby high school student in trouble for alleged threat

A high school student at Shelby faces criminal charges after an alleged threat on social media.

The student allegedly made a social media post saying he had heard rumors of a threat to the school; which also included a threat of its own.

After an investigation Wednesday night, the student was charged; and now awaits a hearing in juvenile court.

 

Norwalk apartment fire destroys belongings

A Norwalk apartment fire Tuesday night caused severe damage to the structure and the tenant’s possessions.

The fire at a Concord Court dwelling, which reportedly started in a living room couch, will likely result in the gutting of the apartment and the replacing of all belongings.

The official cause of the fire is under investigation.

 

Sandusky man leads police on car and foot chase

A 19 year-old Sandusky man was arrested on multiple drug charges following a car and foot chase Thursday evening.

Jordan Flanigan also faces fleeing and eluding and concealed weapon offenses after attempting to escape from authorities on Barker Street near Camp Street.

Police caught up to Flanigan near the 1400 block of Seneca Street; where the suspect attempted to discard a handgun.

 

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

A portion of U.S. 250 near Milan and Norwalk will close Monday for embankment repairs.

The section of highway between Lockwood Road and Judy Drive will be closed through at least October 20th.

 

EHOVE hosting open house on Sunday

EHOVE (E-Hovie) Career Center is playing to host an open house event this Sunday.

The event includes a free pancake breakfast, car show and 5-K run.

The 5K begins at 8:30 am, with the open house running from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.

The 5K will help raise money for student scholarships.

 

Lift bridge in Port Clinton to close for eight months

The lift bridge in Port Clinton will be closings soon for an eight-month state renovation project.

The $13 million project involves the replacement of electrical and mechanical systems.

Starting October 14th, the bridge will be closed to all traffic through late May of 2018.

Boat traffic will also be restricted.

 

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST – 9/29

Today

A chance of showers.  Increasing clouds, with a high near 70.

 

Tonight

A chance of showers, mainly overnight.

Mostly cloudy, with a low around 51.

 

Saturday

Partly sunny, with a high near 62.

 

Sunday

Sunny, with a high near 68.

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Friday, September 29th, 2017

Shelby high school student in trouble for alleged threat

A high school student at Shelby faces criminal charges after an alleged threat on social media.

The student allegedly made a social media post saying he had heard rumors of a threat to the school; which also included a threat of its own.

After an investigation Wednesday night, the student was charged; and now awaits a hearing in juvenile court.

 

Norwalk apartment fire destroys belongings

A Norwalk apartment fire Tuesday night caused severe damage to the structure and the tenant’s possessions.

The fire at a Concord Court dwelling, which reportedly started in a living room couch, will likely result in the gutting of the apartment and the replacing of all belongings.

The official cause of the fire is under investigation.

 

Sandusky man leads police on car and foot chase

A 19 year-old Sandusky man was arrested on multiple drug charges following a car and foot chase Thursday evening.

Jordan Flanigan also faces fleeing and eluding and concealed weapon offenses after attempting to escape from authorities on Barker Street near Camp Street.

Police caught up to Flanigan near the 1400 block of Seneca Street; where the suspect attempted to discard a handgun.

 

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

A portion of U.S. 250 near Milan and Norwalk will close Monday for embankment repairs.

The section of highway between Lockwood Road and Judy Drive will be closed through at least October 20th.

 

EHOVE hosting open house on Sunday

EHOVE (E-Hovie) Career Center is playing to host an open house event this Sunday.

The event includes a free pancake breakfast, car show and 5-K run.

The 5K begins at 8:30 am, with the open house running from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.

The 5K will help raise money for student scholarships.

 

Lift bridge in Port Clinton to close for eight months

The lift bridge in Port Clinton will be closings soon for an eight-month state renovation project.

The $13 million project involves the replacement of electrical and mechanical systems.

Starting October 14th, the bridge will be closed to all traffic through late May of 2018.

Boat traffic will also be restricted.

 

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST – 9/29

Today

A chance of showers.  Increasing clouds, with a high near 70.

 

Tonight

A chance of showers, mainly overnight.

Mostly cloudy, with a low around 51.

 

Saturday

Partly sunny, with a high near 62.

 

Sunday

Sunny, with a high near 68.

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Friday, September 29th, 2017

Shelby high school student in trouble for alleged threat

A high school student at Shelby faces criminal charges after an alleged threat on social media.

The student allegedly made a social media post saying he had heard rumors of a threat to the school; which also included a threat of its own.

After an investigation Wednesday night, the student was charged; and now awaits a hearing in juvenile court.

 

Norwalk apartment fire destroys belongings

A Norwalk apartment fire Tuesday night caused severe damage to the structure and the tenant’s possessions.

The fire at a Concord Court dwelling, which reportedly started in a living room couch, will likely result in the gutting of the apartment and the replacing of all belongings.

The official cause of the fire is under investigation.

 

Sandusky man leads police on car and foot chase

A 19 year-old Sandusky man was arrested on multiple drug charges following a car and foot chase Thursday evening.

Jordan Flanigan also faces fleeing and eluding and concealed weapon offenses after attempting to escape from authorities on Barker Street near Camp Street.

Police caught up to Flanigan near the 1400 block of Seneca Street; where the suspect tried to discard a handgun.

 

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

A portion of U.S. 250 near Milan and Norwalk will close Monday for embankment repairs.

The section of highway between Lockwood Road and Judy Drive will be closed through at least October 20th.

 

EHOVE hosting open house on Sunday

EHOVE (E-Hovie) Career Center is playing to host an open house event this Sunday.

The event includes a free pancake breakfast, car show and 5-K run.

The 5K begins at 8:30 am, with the open house running from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.

The 5K will help raise money for student scholarships.

 

Lift bridge in Port Clinton to close for eight months

The lift bridge in Port Clinton will be closings soon for an eight-month state renovation project.

The $13 million project involves the replacement of electrical and mechanical systems.

Starting October 14th, the bridge will be closed to all traffic through late May of 2018.

Boat traffic will also be restricted.

 

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST – 9/29

Today

A chance of showers.  Increasing clouds, with a high near 70.

 

Tonight

A chance of showers, mainly overnight.

Mostly cloudy, with a low around 51.

 

Saturday

Partly sunny, with a high near 62.

 

Sunday

Sunny, with a high near 68.

Thursday, September 28th, 2017

Norwalk City Council gives their OK to replace fire truck

City Council in Norwalk has approved a resolution to set aside $43,000 to replace one of the city’s fire trucks.

Two older fire trucks failed inspections last Friday.

The fire department in Norwalk has been loaned two vehicles from Milan Township and Ashland.

 

New London football coach resigns

Brad Pickens has resigned as head football coach at New London.

The Norwalk Reflector reports that they received little information after contacting superintendent Brad Romano about a possible undisclosed incident involving Pickens after last Friday’s football game.

Replacing Pickens will be Eric Mitchell, who is currently on the football coaching staff, and is also head girls’ basketball coach at New London.

Pickens, who was 12-23 in three-and-a-half seasons with the Wildcats, will continue to teach health and physical education for the district.

 

Sandusky woman going to jail for forgery

A 36 year-old woman from Sandusky is headed to jail for close to two years for theft of checks and forgery.

Dawn Sullivan was sentenced to 22 months in prison earlier this week by Huron County Common Pleas Judge Jim Conway in connection with an incident in May.

 

Updates coming to Erie-Ottawa airport

The Erie-Ottawa International Airport in Port Clinton will be seeing some improvements and updates in the near future.

A new weather station will be replaced this week and an updated taxi runway lighting system is scheduled to be installed in mid-October.

Plans are also in the works for an expanded lobby.

 

Crews resume repairs on overpass

After a summer break, crews have begun working on the second and final phase of improvements to the Milan Road/U.S. 250 overpass in Sandusky used heavily by commuters to Cedar Point.

During the second phase, the outside lanes in each direction will be closed as well as the Butler Street ramp.

Work is set to be finished by mid-May 2018.

 

Walk to School Day set for October 4th

Norwalk City and Catholic Schools will join schools from around the country to celebrate National Walk to School Day on Wednesday of next week.

The national event encourages walking to school as a healthy way for kids and families to make their school commute.

In Huron County, 20-percent of youth were obese, according to Body Mass Index by age.

A reminder has also been issued to drivers to be cautious and to watch for students walking to school on Wednesday.

 

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST – 9/28

Today

Mostly sunny, with a high near 67.

 

Tonight

Mostly clear, with a low around 46.

 

Friday

A chance of showers. Partly sunny, with a high near 68.

 

Saturday

Mostly sunny, with a high near 63.

Wednesday, September 27th, 2017

Norwalk man accused of kicking police officers after arrest

A Norwalk man has been charged with the assault of a police officer and criminal damaging following an arrest early Monday morning.

24 year-old Jade Fiske allegedly kicked police officers from the back of a cruiser after he was reportedly attempting to rip a door off its hinges and gain entry to a property on Executive Drive.

 

Children no longer allowed at Erie County Jail

A new policy at the Erie County Jail now prohibits children under the age of 18 from entering the facility in Sandusky.

The policy is now in place due to safety concerns and to limit distractions for dispatchers.

 

Sandusky woman moves son’s memorial due to lawsuit threat

A Sandusky woman has moved a memorial to her late teen son after reportedly being threatened with a lawsuit.

The memorial was located in an alley separating a building owned by Leisa Davis on Columbus Avenue and Mr. Smith’s Coffee House.

According to the Sandusky Register, the coffee shop’s landlord sent a letter to Davis requesting to take the items away, along with a lawsuit, if they weren’t moved.

The display is now located in front of the 546 Tattoo Studio.

 

Several OVI arrests in Norwalk area reported this past weekend

Multiple arrests were made over the weekend in Norwalk; most likely due to overcrowded bars.

Authorities said there were close to 70 people lingering outside of Charlie’s Bar and Rupp’s Place on Saturday night.

At least five people were charged with DUI in the Norwalk area; along with a number of disorderly conduct charges reported.

 

Groundbreaking to take place tonight for new Sandusky City Hall

A groundbreaking ceremony for the new Sandusky City Hall is planned for later today.

It will take place from 5:00 to 7:00 pm at Columbus Avenue and Washington Row near the Small City Taphouse.

Workers hope to finish the relocation project of the city’s administrative offices by the end of 2018.

 

Seminar focusing on anti-bullying to take place tonight

An anti-bullying seminar sponsored by the Erie and Huron County Sheriff’s departments is set for tonight at EHOVE Career Center.

Well-known speaker Josh Drean will address the community at 6:30 pm; including discussion on how parents can reinforce positive behaviors in their children and how children can be a role-model for non-violence.

Close to 2,000 area students will also be attending an anti-bullying program this morning and afternoon at Lyman Harbor in Sandusky; which is closed to the public.

 

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST – 9/27

 

Today

A slight chance of showers this afternoon.

Otherwise, mostly sunny, with a high near 80.

 

Tonight

Partly cloudy, with a low around 57.

 

Thursday

Sunny, with a high near 67.

 

Friday

A chance of showers. Partly sunny, with a high near 67.