Well it will be a warm Tuesday across the Valley but the air mass is drying out….and the drop in humidity will be most noticeable this afternoon. A front has sagged to our south and we’ll stay in this dry air for a couple of days.
We look for a good deal of sunshine today. Tomorrow looks warm and dry with sunshine as well. Highs tomorrow in the upper 80s.
LATE-WEEK FORECAST CHALLENGES
A wave of low pressure will form along that old front and head eastward at the end of the work week. Where this low tracks will determine the coverage of showers and thunderstorms late Thursday into Friday. I suspect Thursday is dry, with increasing chances for some showers at night.
Friday could be an active day but some model solutions keep most of the moisture to our south and east. The GFS is one of those models:
Can’t guarantee a dry weekend at this point but the rain chances both Saturday and Sunday don’t look that high either. One thing for sure, the coming weekend will NOT be as hot as the one we just had.
Computer models and the Climate Prediction Center’s 6-10 day outlook has some good news: a decent chance at an above-average period in the rain department. Let’s hope that pans out.
2 DEGREE GUARANTEE
The streak goes on!
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