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Saturday Night – Rain Chance Late
If you want to be on time for church tomorrow, read this:
(Editor’s Note: Attention! Weather Nerds! Remember to subtract 5 from Zulu time!)
HRRR model Saturday 7 pm – Sunday 4 am shows a few light showers gliding by (I’m pretty sure I got that right with the time change…):
Nothing serious, just a few showers along a cold front coming through.
Sunday – Clearing – Morning Low 39 / Afternoon High 55
A little dip in the temps thanks to the early morning cold front. We’ll begin the day mostly cloudy, but that’ll change as clouds move on and mostly clear skies take over.
Monday – Sunshine – Morning Low 40 / Afternoon High 68
Don’t pretend you’re not watching…
Awesome! Tuesday too!
(Editor’s Note: The Intern chose this GIF. We’re from different generations, so I assume it’s cool. I don’t know. I’m too old.)
Official Extended NWS Forecast:
We expect a decent blast of rain Tuesday night into Wednesday courtesy of an impressive cold front.
Unseasonably cool temps arrive Wednesday. By Thursday, look for an AM Low 33, PM High 51.
According to the GFS model, March 13 – 18 will be about 4 degrees colder than normal:
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