Milder, but still a breeze Thursday

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Winds gradually taper through Thursday afternoon.






Temperatures reach the lower 60s Thursday.

It’s been a breezy and cloudy day throughout the region, but the clouds will break apart into the evening hours. The breezes, however, continue through the night. They do lighten up a bit though, especially toward daybreak. Lows fall into the 30s to near 40 degrees. Skies are mostly clear. Thursday features plenty of sunshine, and temperatures are a bit milder too. A warm front begins to lift north. This brings in some late day clouds. Highs will be in the lower 60s, and it’s still a bit breezy during the first half of the day.



Temperatures hover a bit above average through the weekend, but there will be shower chances to contend with. A cold front crosses through Friday, bringing a chance for showers. Before the front squeezes through, highs are in the 60s. A shower chance lingers for Saturday, but temperatures should still hold a bit above seasonable averages, near 70 degrees.



Sunday and Monday look mainly dry for now, but cool. There is some indication that Monday could end up on the wetter side, so we’ll watch the computer model trends. Temperatures are near 60 with a mixture of clouds and sunshine. Tuesday and Wednesday looks like the best chance for showers throughout the area.


Have a great night!

-Andrea Michaels