Tonight 59 by 10 p.m. – Afternoon Rain Lingers, then Quickly Departs
Thu 54/66 – Some Rain Early, then Clearing
Fri 44/70 – Mostly Sunny, Scattered Evening Clouds
Tonight – Dropping Into Upper 50s
The light rain will continue for a little while longer tonight, pushing out by around 8 p.m., if not sooner.
HRRR model Wednesday 4 PM – 11 PM:
Thursday – Rain Then Clearing – High 66
7am 55 . 10am 60 . 1pm 65 . 4pm 65 . 7pm 59 . 10pm 52
By 4 a.m., the colder, drier air still won’t quite be here, so we may need the gear ready for light rain in the morning.
By lunch, the rain will finally yield to the cold front and its cool, fall air.
Friday – Clear – High 70
7am 45 . 10am 57 . 1pm 66 . 4pm 68 . 7pm 63 . 10pm 55
Sun and clouds, with crisp and dry fall air.
Weekend & Beyond
Weekend wake-up temps in the upper 40s, highs in the upper 60s. No rain in the forecast.
The weather models are hinting at a big cold snap by the middle of next week. For example, Wednesday morning’s forecast low is 43.
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