Less warmth for Wednesday
COOLER POCKET: A back door cold front has entered the state. What is such a thing? It’s a cold front that travels in a non-traditional west-east direction. This one slipped in from the northeast, and it’s helping to bring our temperatures down just a bit for today. Highs will hit the middle 70s with mostly cloudy skies. A few showers or storms may bubble today, but most of us should remain dry. A few strong storms will be very close by to our west. Tonight, we’re back with some fog with lows into the 60s.
NEXT UP: We warm toward 80° again as a warm front lifts north on Thursday. Expect mostly cloudy skies with showers and storms arriving after dark. Rain continues overnight as a cold front slowly pushes east. Showers and storms are likely, with heavy downpours likely at times through Friday afternoon.
Expect 1-2” of rain out of this. We’ll see temperatures drop through the day from the 60s to the 50s as a breeze picks up. Rain ends late Friday.
WEEKEND: Saturday and Sunday look mainly dry. We’re partly cloudy Saturday with highs in the upper 60s. Sunday features more sun, but similar temperatures in the upper 60s.
NEXT WEEK: We’re slow to warm as highs hold in the upper 60s Monday with mostly sunny skies. Tuesday features a few more clouds as we touch the low 70s.
Have a wonderful Wednesday!
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