TONIGHT: Mostly Cloudy, Stray Shower. Lo 44.
FRIDAY: AM Sun, PM Clouds, Breezy. Hi 54. Winds: NW 5-15 mph.
SATURDAY: Periods of Rain, Especially Early Morning. Hi 48.
SUNDAY: Breezy and Colder. Hi 42.
Sunshine broke out for much of the day, and the record high temperature for the day did not stand a chance! Temperatures hit the mid-60s with the official high temperature hitting 66° at HIA. This broke the high temperature record for the day of 63° set in 1971. The mild air surged ahead of a cold front today, that now is ushering in more clouds for tonight. Temperatures should hold in the middle to upper 40s through Friday morning. Only a few light showers can be expected as the front rolls through.
This passing cold front will not cool us down much with highs expected to warm into the 50s again for Friday. It should be another mild day overall!
More clouds fill into the region tomorrow after a sunny start, as another system brings a more significant round of rain for Friday night into Saturday morning. The latest model guidance suggests most of the showers occur before sunrise Saturday morning, with a few lingering scattered showers through early Saturday. We get a break from the rain for midday Saturday before the cold front arrives to bring a line of showers. The second half of the weekend will be dry, breezy, and colder for Sunday. Temperatures look more seasonable next week with plenty of sunshine returning!
-Meteorologist Dan Tomaso