NOT AS COLD BUT STILL COOL
It will be another chilly night with temperatures running below average but it won’t be as cold as the past couple of mornings. Mostly clear skies and calm conditions will allow lows to drop to the mid and upper 40s.
BEAUTIFUL WEATHER CONTINUES
High pressure has been responsible for the string of sunny, dry and cool weather. It will slide off the coast tonight and allow for a southerly flow to setup which will bring in milder air. That also means the moisture increase a bit as well. Temperatures will be warmer under mostly sunny skies. Highs will reach seasonal averages in the mid 70s.
WARM END TO THE WEEK
A cold front and upper level trough heads through the Upper Midwest which will produce a southwest flow for us Friday resulting in more clouds, moisture and milder temperatures. Chance for rain stays to our west but the clouds will become overcast through the late afternoon and evening. Highs will flirt with 80 degrees. Rain chances will increase after midnight as the front continues to move in from the west.
More clouds for Saturday and Sunday as a cold front comes in. Right now we start out dry but shower chances increase heading into the afternoon and evening. Highs will be in the mid to upper 70s. Front appears to slow or even stall lingering showers into Sunday.
EARLY NEXT WEEK
Models hint at some upper level energy sneaking in for early next week which may keep the threat for showers around Monday. We’ll be keeping an eye on things.
Enjoy tonight’s full Harvest moon. The skies will be clear and the air crisp. It feels like fall already; however, autumn doesn’t arrive until Sunday at 4:44PM!
MaryEllen Pann, Chief Meteorologist
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