MORE RECORD WARMTH?: More warmth is ahead for Wednesday. Temperatures begin unseasonably mild, with readings in the upper 50s to middle 60s. There’s a few hazy spots, but nothing that should interfere much with travel. A stray shower or two is possible to the northwest, but most are dry with added clouds. The afternoon flirts with record high temperatures once again, though readings aren’t as warm as Tuesday. There’s intervals of clouds and sunshine, with highs in the upper 70s to lower 80s. Skies turn mostly cloudy through the night. Showers arrive close to daybreak. Lows are in the middle 50s to lower 60s.
COOLER & UNSETTLED: Our next system continues to take it’s time approaching. A few showers are possible Thursday with plenty of clouds. Much of the rain associated with this system waits until night to arrive. Showers linger into much of Friday. Temperatures are in the lower 70s Thursday, and then fall into the 60s on Friday.
CHILLIER WEEKEND: The weekend looks much cooler, but it is also drier. Breezy conditions and partly sunny skies are anticipated for Saturday. A few sprinkles are possible, especially northwest. Highs are in the middle 50s. Sunday brings more sunshine, with temperatures just a touch higher near 60 degrees. It’s still breezy,
NEXT WEEK: Another wave reinforces the cooler air on Monday. There’s some passing clouds, with temperatures hovering near 60 degrees. It’s still a bit breezy. Tuesday brings lighter winds and plenty of sunshine. Highs are more seasonable, in the middle 60s.
Have a great Wednesday!