EVENING: Very warm. Temps in the 70s.
TONIGHT: Mostly clear and mild. Low 55.
FRIDAY: Increasing Clouds, still very warm. High 85.
Thursday afternoon’s high of 85 degrees tied the record high set in 1945! This month currently ranks as the 5th warmest and 9th driest on record to date (April 1-12).
Friday will be the last day we warm into the 80s with clouds increasing during the afternoon. We stay dry so get out and enjoy a summer-like evening.
Saturday remains warm with pop-up showers during the day. This means some areas will get heavier showers and others will be missed. Rain amounts could rain from a few hundredths to a half inch.
It now appears most of Sunday is dry with a cold front not arriving until Sunday night into early Monday morning. Cooler air arrives for the first few days of next week.
-Meteorologist Eric Finkenbinder