GOOD TUESDAY MORNING…..
As expected, a soggy night and we are off to a damp start this morning. Local rainfall amounts through 8:45am:
Here’s the hi-res futurecast, showing not a LOT of activity this afternoon but spotty showers and areas of drizzle will remain a possibility.
At least it is mild! Temperatures today soar into the mid 50s; the record high is 58, set in 1952.
DAMP, COOLER WEDNESDAY
In the wake of a weak cool front, Wednesday will be about 15 degrees cooler than today (but still above average!).
A lot of low stratus clouds overhead Wednesday and a little rain/drizzle can fall out of them occasionally. Might be some fog here and there as well.
REST OF WEEK
A “dirty” high pressure system will move overhead Thursday. What does that mean? It won’t be as clear as it usually is with a high right overhead. Hopefully we will see some sunshine. A mild day nonetheless.
Rain is likely Friday, mostly in the midday and afternoon hours as the next surge of unseasonably warm air heads in our direction.
I suspect Saturday is the better half of the weekend with not much more than a passing shower and temperatures in the 50s.
Sunday may bring more substantial rain before the day is through.
As we have been talking about, a colder, more typical temperature regime should arrive by the end of the month; we expect February to be much more like December.
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