Overnight: Mostly cloudy; low near 50
Tuesday: Becoming cloudy with afternoon scattered showers; high mid 60s
Tuesday Night: Showers taper down late: low near 50
Wednesday: An early showers, then clouds give way to some p.m. sun; high 66
Thursday: Chance of a few p.m. showers; high mid/upper 60s
Friday: Breezy & warm with late-day and evening thunderstorms; high near 70
Tuesday I see less afternoon sun overall, but mid 60s look attainable again as we’ll only fall to about 50 overnight. A few light showers are expected tomorrow late and evening, but not a lot of rain will come down in any given location. Rain should be over Wednesday morning. Like Monday, even if we do start with clouds afternoon sun will show itself again. High in the mid 60s look likely that day. We are back into the mid to upper 60s Thursday, with a few afternoon showers and perhaps even a rumble of thunder possible. Thunder is more likely Friday though, as a cold front approaches late-day or evening. Friday will also be our warmest day with highs near 70 (likely record setting by a few degrees). This will set the stage for the chance of strong or even severe storms to end the day with straight-line winds being the main threat. However, a later evening arrival could decrease the wind potential a bit as post-sunset storms this early in the year typically weaken through the evening. Behind a cold front it is back to reality with highs both days this weekend back in the 40s. Clouds and few rain or snow showers are possible Saturday, then we should see some sun return Sunday. Monday will bring the return of more rain through the day with highs in the upper 40s to around 50.
Today's Record Temperatures