The chilly rain is leaving tonight. We’ll have a dry and chilly Friday morning, then quickly warm into the mid 60s. Expect a beautiful Spring weekend, with high temps in the mid 70s.
Expect temps in the mid to upper 70s next week.
Weather models suggest the arrival of a possibly-robust storm system sometime during the middle of next week.
Why the concern? Consider one model – the GFS – above. Notice the warm, humid air streaming in from the south, which is colliding with the cold, dry air coming in from the west. There are other dynamics in play, but they aren’t worth breaking down this far out because they’ll likely change. The timing will probably change, too. Just be aware of a potential mid-week storm threat, and keep checking reliable sources for weather information next week. As our NWS said this afternoon:
NEWER MODEL RUNS AND FORECAST REASONING/DISCRETION WILL BE NEEDED TO GIVE THE MID STATE A CLEARER PICTURE OF WHAT IS IN STORE WEATHER WISE FOR THE MID PORTION OF NEXT WEEK.
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