THIS EVENING: Mostly Clear, Seasonable. Temperature Falling To 40 By 10p. Winds: Light.
OVERNIGHT: Partly Cloudy, Not As Cold. Lo 37.
TUESDAY: Mostly Sunny, Warm & Breezy. Hi 62. Winds: WNW 10-20 mph.
Quiet conditions persist tonight under clear skies and calm winds. Temperatures will fall into the 30s by morning but it won’t be as chilly as the last several nights have been.
Blue sky continues Tuesday and Wednesday as warm air starts to crank northward. Highs will reach the low-60s Tuesday and mid-60s Wednesday. A southwest breeze picks up for Thursday which will allow for our warmest day so far this year! 70 degrees is a possibility which would break a record high for the date (69 set back in 1977). A cold front will approach the Mid-state Friday, spreading in more clouds and perhaps a few showers. It will remain warm though with highs well into the 60s. Overall, not much measurable precipitation over the next seven days.
The unseasonably warm air will come to an end next weekend as highs drop into the 50s Saturday. That’s still above normal, but cold air could potentially be looming for the latter half of next weekend. Breezy conditions return too. March will still bring the chill occasionally so keep the cold weather gear handy even with the warm-up this week.
-Meteorologist Adis Juklo