A nearby area of high pressure brought another sunny day. Highs climbed above average into the 50s by the afternoon. We’ll have clear skies tonight, and start out sunny on Saturday.
The area of high pressure that has dominated our weather since Wednesday will slip off the coast early Saturday and lose its grip on our area. Clouds will start overtaking the sky by late Saturday afternoon, and we turn cloudy overnight as showers arrive. Showers linger on Sunday. The first half of Sunday, we’ll have off and on showers. Then, the showers become more persistent Sunday afternoon. Expect leftover showers early on Monday, while the clouds stay all day.
We continue to keep our eye on Tuesday. Our weather computer models continue to have a tough time tracking this storm. If the storm heads farther out to sea, we’ll have more cold air in place for snow. Should the storm track farther inland, we’ll have enough mild air for just rain. Right now, the second track and just rain looks likely. Your Fox 43 weather team will update the forecast throughout the weekend.