Thursday starts with clear skies and temperatures in the mid-50s. High temperatures reach a low of 60 degrees by afternoon. Westerly and northerly winds should bring gusts of over 20 to 30 mph, so staying warm in windy conditions can be a challenge. It’s definitely going to be pretty cool.
Friday starts in the mid-30s, with high temperatures hitting the mid-50s and increasing high clouds. Saturday starts in his mid-30s and as the clouds gather more, highs reach his mid-50s. Later in the day, isolated showers are more likely early Sunday morning. Sunday starts in his mid-40s and reaches highs in his mid-50s. It’s possible to shower until Sunday, but we’re not talking a ton of meaningful humidity, even if it’s enough to ruin your outdoor plans.
The next week will start dry, with temperatures in the mid-30s and highs in the mid-50s in the afternoon. Partly cloudy skies will continue.
Moisture will be back by the end of Tuesday and Wednesday. Temperatures on Tuesday will start in the mid-30s for him and in the afternoon he will climb into the low 50s, with some places in the high 40s. A shower he starts at the end of the day, but it is unlikely that it is more than just rain. The threat is likely north of our region, but it’s something we’re watching closely. An isolated shower is likely overnight, raising some questions related to the type of precipitation. increase. The greatest chance of moisture will be in the first half of the day.
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