Current Official Hourly Observation (taken at :53 on the hour)
Current Radar Loop
Tonight – Increasing Clouds Late & Cold
Temps Next 24 Hours (auto-updating)
Friday – Cloudy; Increasing Chance of PM Rain – Morning Low 17 / Afternoon High 51
A quick blast of rain is in Friday night’s forecast. We expect a total of 0.12″ of rain. Most models predict a very light wave of rain to move through.
The weather model (Hi-Res NAM, Friday 3 pm – Midnight) below is probably overstating how much rain we will see. We include it to illustrate how fast the rain will move through:
Saturday – Cloudy, Warmer & Maybe Sprinkles? – Morning Low 37 / Afternoon High 57
Freezing temps are at bay, for now. The trade off is clouds teasing us with a very small chance of rain. I would not worry about it.
Official Extended NWS Forecast:
We expect over one inch of rain Sunday night through Tuesday night:
After that, temps will dip below average yet again.
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