Mild Through Tomorrow; Light Freeze Wednesday Night/Thursday Morning

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Figure 1. GEFS predicted highs/lows through the 22nd. (weathermodels.com)

Today: Above normal temperatures are on tap, with a high in the upper 60s to lower 70s. Mostly sunny skies will prevail.

Tonight: Clouds increase as a southerly return flow sets up ahead of a cold front. Expect a low in the lower to mid 50s.

Tomorrow: A passing shower remains possible as the front moves through. Mild (above average) temperatures continue, with a high of about 70 likely. The front will be east of the area tomorrow evening, allowing overnight lows to dip into the 40s.

Light Freeze Wednesday Night: We still anticipate a light freeze overnight Wednesday/Thursday morning away from the immediate coast.

Wednesday Through Thursday: Temperatures will run 4 – 8 degrees (F) below normal. Afternoon high will range in the 50s, with the coolest day being Thursday. Lows will hold in the 30s Wednesday night and Thursday night, rebounding slightly into the 40s Friday night.

Rain Chances Return Friday Night – Saturday: Our next substantial chance for any meaningful precipitation will be Friday night through Saturday, when an area of low pressure is forecast to move over/just south of the area. However, confidence in the overall coverage is uncertain at this point due to poor model consistency.

This Weekend: Temperatures will continue below seasonal. Rain chances decrease Sunday, but clouds should stick around.


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