Tonight: Increasing clouds with a few showers possible towards dawn. Lows: 46-52. Winds: Light.
Tuesday: A morning shower possible then increasing sunshine. Highs: 68-74. Winds: NW 4-12 mph.
Tuesday Night: Mainly clear, chilly late. Lows: 38-42. Winds: Light North.
Wednesday: Mainly sunny, cool. Highs: 64-70.
Look for a few late night or early Tuesday morning showers passing through as an impulse of energy in the atmosphere does the same. This won’t be a big deal with rain totals of just 0.10″ or less expected. In fact, some spots could stay completely dry. Either way, clouds will give way to sunshine by mid-day tomorrow with a partly to mostly sunny afternoon anticipated.
Highs pressure will keep the clouds away tomorrow night into Thursday before another weak front crosses. This front probably goes through completely dry Thursday and just brings some clouds. A chilly shot of air behind this next front will make it unseasonably cool but dry for Friday into the weekend!
First Warning Meteorologist Rick Sluben
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