CLOUDS: After last night’s rain, we’re greeted with some thick fog in spots yet again this morning. Expect mostly cloudy skies today as some leftover energy dies just to our south. We could see spotty showers, but it looks mostly dry. Highs today hit the lower to middle 70s. Tonight, clouds begin to break as we drop to the middle 50s.
THURSDAY: Expect fog to break for partly cloudy skies. We’re above average highs for the day. We’ll be in the lower to middle 70s with dry weather.
FRIDAY SYSTEM: We start the day with fog and then partly to mostly cloudy skies prevail as a cold front approaches. We’ll top out in the middle 70s for highs. By the evening, showers arrive. The rain continues overnight before tapering early Saturday morning. It’ll be a wet few hours.
WEEKEND: Once the rain clears early Saturday, northwesterly winds ramp up and we are watching cool air rush in fast. We’re mostly cloudy with highs only making it to the middle 60s. It’s breezy with winds at 10-20mph, gusting higher. The breeze fades a bit for Sunday, with clouds breaking to a partly cloudy day. Highs will be in the low 60s.
NEXT WEEK: We start to warm closer to seasonal averages as highs climb into the upper 60s. A few showers are possible Monday into Tuesday.
Here’s to a wonderful Wednesday!
“If you can’t outplay them, outwork them.” – Ben Hogan