STAMP A DITTO
Not much change at all since we are blessed and stuck under an area of high pressure. Upper level pattern doesn’t break down either until the second half of the weekend. Temperatures still running below average but should reach into the 70s the next several days. No significant warm up as we stay close to seasonal averages in the low 70s the rest of the week.
CRISP AND CHILLY AGAIN
While it won’t be as cold, I still expect lows to drop below average once again dipping into the low 40s. Clear skies will be lit up by the stars and a moon approaching last quarter. Don’t think we’ll see as many areas dip into the 30s like this morning. There could be patchy fog in some of the valleys. As we head through the next couple of mornings, we’ll see the dewpoints coming up and temperatures will be falling to the dewpoints under clear skies. This means we’ll more morning with areas of fog.
HAPPY HUMP DAY SUNSHINE
Plenty of sunshine for the middle of the week! There could be a few clouds from time to time as a system dives to our south but generally looking at plenty of bright skies. Highs will be a few degrees warmer and should be the day we have the best chance so far in reaching the lower 70s.
WHERE IS THE RAIN
It still looks like we stay rain free through Sunday with our next best chance coming with a cold front next Monday. But even now the models are showing the moisture looking pretty absent but we’ll see how things evolve over the next several days.
MaryEllen Pann, Chief Meteorologist
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