Warm front and showers arrive

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CLOUDS ROLL IN:  A warm front pushes east today, bringing with it clouds and eventually showers.  For today, it’s another chilly start with mostly sunny skies.  As the day progresses, the clouds fill in fast from the southwest.  We’re dry through midday with highs in the middle 70s. A few showers may arrive later.  Tonight, clouds thicken and temps drop to the middle 50s.  Showers begin to fill in as we move toward daybreak.

SHOWERS:  The warm front keeps showers and some thunderstorms in the forecast for the day.  We’re cloudy and warm with highs in the low to middle 70s.  Showers will taper in coverage overnight.  We keep the chance for showers on Thursday as we watch a cold front slip through.  Highs hit the middle 70s again.  Cooler air slips in for Friday as highs only make it near 70°.  A few showers may pop under mostly cloudy skies.


LONG WEEKEND:  Saturday, expect a few showers under mostly cloudy skies.  Highs hit the low 70s.  Then, sunshine works in as high pressure builds for Sunday.  Highs Sunday ramp up to the upper 70s.  The warming trend continues into the Memorial Day holiday, with highs topping out near 80° with plentiful sunshine.

Have a tremendous Tuesday!

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