Spring-like days upon us!
High pressure stacks up into the upper atmosphere with a summer-like ‘Bermuda’ High set up that draws up more warm air from the south. As it does so, more record high temperatures look to be challenged Thursday. The current long-standing record for that date is 60 set in 1910. Showers arrive Thursday night and Friday morning ahead of a cold front that moves through Friday midday and returning us to seasonally cold air to for the weekend.
Numbers aren’t in yet, but it’s safe to say, we’ll have above average temperatures through Friday!
It’s tougher to get an appreciable snowfall with more daylight from a stronger sun. It’s even tougher to keep it on the ground once March arrives.
THIS AFTERNOON: Sunshine Highs near 55. SW breeze 15-25 mph.
TONIGHT: Starlit and mild. Lows near 45.
THURSDAY: Mainly sunny with a moderate southerly breeze. High near 64°. Late day shower. This would beat the current record of 60° (1910)!
FRIDAY: Showers, near 60.
NEXT WEEKEND: Seasonally cool and dry. 40s
PRESIDENTS’ DAY: Sun, Clouds, Shower, Near 45.