SUN RETURNS: Dense fog and drizzly pockets are beginning the morning hours as yesterday’s cold front slowly shifts east. Gradually, high pressure builds into the region, and this clears our skies through the afternoon and evening. It’s a bit breezy, with afternoon high temperatures in the lower to middle 40s. There are still some minor flooding concerns as area creeks and stream continue to swell from yesterday’s heavy rain. Water levels fall through the day, reducing these concerns. Friday is mostly sunny, with temperatures falling back slightly. Highs are in the upper 30s to lower 40s. Some breezes add an extra chill at times.
WEEKEND OUTLOOK: The dry and mild pattern continues through the weekend. A few quick moving systems bring clouds both Saturday and Sunday. Saturday turns cloudy quickly after a sunny start. Sunday brings more sunshine, with intervals of afternoon clouds. Temperatures remain above seasonable averages in the lower to middle 40s both days.
NEXT WEEK: Monday brings mostly cloudy skies ahead of our next system. This system could bring a chance of snow for parts of the region Tuesday, but it is too far out to determine what will come of it. There’s too much uncertainty with this, but we’ll keep an eye on it and keep you up to date on the latest. Wednesday dries out, with seasonably cold air settled into the region.
Have a great Thursday!