TONIGHT: Increasing Clouds, Not As Cold. Lo 30. Winds: Light.
SUNDAY: Mostly Cloudy, Milder & Breezy. Hi 52. Winds: SE 10-15 mph.
MONDAY: Mostly Cloudy, Stray Light Showers. Hi 56. Winds: SW 10-15 mph.
Today was a seasonable February day. Despite the cool down, high temperatures still made it a few degrees above average, and we aren’t expecting as chilly of a night tonight. Thicker clouds will roll in overnight which should prevent temperatures from falling below 30 degrees. Sunday will feature more clouds than sun but we’ll see gradually clearing skies during the afternoon.
The early work week looks mild albeit mostly cloudy with highs both Monday and Tuesday in the mid-50s. A couple weak fronts could bring us a few light showers each day before a temporary little cool down Wednesday. An approaching warm front will bring a better chance for rain Wednesday afternoon and Wednesday night, with just a few leftover showers possible Thursday morning. Behind the warm front, temperatures will yet again soar with highs likely to reach or even exceed 70 degrees Thursday! The record high that day is 75 set back in 2017.
A stronger cold front will cross Thursday night, dropping highs into the 40s Friday and eventually overnight lows into the 20s Saturday morning. Despite the torch coming this week, there’s actually a chance of snow or wintry mix next Saturday as a fast-moving wave moves into colder air over-top of us. It won’t be significant, but we’ll keep watch as it could be our real shot at something interesting in weeks!
-Meteorologist Adis Juklo