At 12:49 p.m. today, our National Weather Service office issued the following Special Weather Statement:
This week, a series of cold fronts will come through from the NW. Usually, a front passage brings rain, but these will be “moisture starved.” If we get rain, it’ll be very little.
Today we’ll reach 64 by mid-afternoon, then 57 at 7 p.m., and 50 by 10 p.m.
Monday – Frost Advisory Early, Then Partly Sunny, Then Increasing Clouds – 41/71
Wake Up 41 Mid Morning 56 Lunch 66 High 71 Sundown 63 Late 54
Cold front #1 will pass through Monday night / Tuesday morning. There’s only a slight chance of showers during the overnight/early morning. Anything we get will be a light sprinkling.
Tuesday – Cooler, Partly Sunny – 45/65
Wake Up 47 Mid Morning 55 Lunch 61 High 65 Sundown 57 Late 49
Cold front #2 will come by Tuesday night, with another slight chance of light showers overnight/early morning.
Wednesday – Much Colder, Partly Cloudy – 40/55
Thursday – Even Colder, Partly Sunny – 36/61
The GFS thinks we’ll be pretty close to freezing when we wake up Thursday morning:
Friday – Still Cold, Sunny – 39/59
Check out these wake-up temps Friday morning (from the GFS model, actual temps may vary):
Next Weekend – Upper 30s to Start, Warming into Low 60s, No Rain Expected
This forecast is 6 days away, and may change.
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