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    Daytime highs will drop into the 70s as the Sacramento eases into autumn near the end of this week. The National Weather Service is forecasting a high of 73 degrees on Thursday and around 78 when fall arrives on Friday. Temperatures are projected to warm back up to near 90 by next Sunday, however.

Daytime highs will drop into the 70s as the Sacramento eases into autumn near the end of this week. The National Weather Service is forecasting a high of 73 degrees on Thursday and around 78 when fall arrives on Friday. Temperatures are projected to warm back up to near 90 by next Sunday, however. National Weather Service Sacramento
Daytime highs will drop into the 70s as the Sacramento eases into autumn near the end of this week. The National Weather Service is forecasting a high of 73 degrees on Thursday and around 78 when fall arrives on Friday. Temperatures are projected to warm back up to near 90 by next Sunday, however. National Weather Service Sacramento

Daytime highs expected in the 70s as fall season arrives

September 18, 2017 07:33 AM

UPDATED September 18, 2017 07:42 AM

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