Current Official Hourly Observation (taken at :53 on the hour)
Current Radar Loop
Temps Next 36 Hours (auto-updating)
Tuesday Night – Cooler, Increasing Clouds, & Little Rain
As you can see on the radar above and the water vapor imagery below, rain will arrive after midnight tonight.
Hi-Res NAM model Wednesday Midnight – 6 AM:
Wednesday – *Wind Advisory* & Declining Temps – Morning Low 56 / Afternoon High 56
Our NWS has issued a Wind Advisory, effective from 7 AM to 7 PM Wednesday, for winds 20 to 30 mph sustained, with gusts of 35 mph possible.
Tie down loose objects and children. Also secure your 88 year old, 88 pound aunt.
Now let’s discuss the temperatures. They’ll be . . .
. . . falling steadily. Temps won’t increase until we hit 25° sometime early Thursday morning. Wind chills will dip below freezing Wednesday night at 10 PM.
Winter ain’t over till it’s over.
Rain (and maybe a weak thunderstorm) will be here Wednesday morning, but it should not last too long into the afternoon. We expect under 0.25” of rain.
Hi-Res NAM model, Wednesday 6 AM to 3 PM:
Thursday – Sunny & Chilly – Morning Low 25 / Afternoon High 44
I guess we can be happy the sun will be out. I hope this will cheer you up:
Official Extended NWS Forecast:
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