A strong cold front is moving across the area Monday evening, with rain, wind and a sharp temperature drop, 35-40 degrees overnight.

Temperatures reached about 73 degrees Monday.

Meteorologists say the cold front should produce less than a half inch of rain, but it will subdue brush fires in the state.

Lows overnight are expected to drop into the low 30s.

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