All aboard the wacky weather train
Tuesday morning started out with a light rain/drizzle, but it’s quickly moving out. Still a 30% chance some of us might catch a stray isolated shower this afternoon, but dry air is quickly moving in.
Overnight we had a few quick burst of rain showers, and all total out of this we saw about a quarter of an inch of rain, a few us of might add a little bit to this totals, but at this point this is where we stand for rainfall.
Wednesday, we warm back up to the low 50’s, but don’t get too excited about that just yet. We have a cold front that will move through overnight into Thursday morning and that will bring a cold north wind with it. As far as rain or snow flurries…We could see some light drizzle (< 0.05) with this, but as of now the precipitable water in the atmosphere is pretty low which means we won’t see any real rain accumulations out of this.
Thursday will be breezy, NW 15-20mph, with gust up to 25mph, as we are struggle to get 43 degrees.
Friday a southerly flow returns, with winds 10-20mph, and that helps us warm up to the upper 40’s flirting with 50.
Saturday more rain moves into the area, but our warmest day of the week with temperatures reaching 6o! Unfortunately, another cold front sends us back down to 40’s on Sunday.
After this weekend, It looks as if we *might* be on the home stretch to warmer weather.
TODAY: Isolated showers 20, High 48.
TONIGHT: Low 33.
TOMORROW: Partly sunny, High 52.
THURSDAY: Breezy, NW 10-20mph with gust up to 25mph, High 43.