REST OF THE EVENING
Expect mainly cloudy skies the rest of the evening with only a stray pop up shower possible. We will see mainly dry conditions with temperatures falling into the mid 70s.
Showers will move in and pick up in intensity for the morning commute. Lows will be back to average in the mid 60s.
An area of low pressure will combine with a cold front tomorrow bringing wet weather to the area. Rain will be heavy at times during the day and there could be a rumble of thunder. Some areas have the potential to pick up close to an inch of rainfall. Temperatures will have a difficult time climbing so they are expected to remain in the mid to upper 70s. Rain tapers from west to east towards evening as the cold front finally slides east of us. We dry out tomorrow night, the clouds will break up and temperatures will fall to the mid 60s.
We end the week with partly cloudy skies. A little breeze and highs around 82° will make for a beautiful Friday.
A FEW SHOWERS FOR SATURDAY
Another front arrives Saturday and may produce a few showers in the afternoon. The system is weak and will not provide widespread wet weather so there will be plenty of dry hours to get stuff done outdoors.
We are dry and cool Sunday into Monday as high pressure moves in providing a pleasant Canadian air mass before the next system arrives with showers on Tuesday. Highs Saturday will be in the low 80s while Sunday temperatures don’t get out of the 70s. Early next week, temperatures look to remain below average.
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MaryEllen Pann, Chief Meteorologist
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