Current Official Hourly Observation (taken at :53 on the hour)
Current Radar Loop
Temp & Rain Probabilities Next 36 Hours (auto-updating)
Friday – Showers & Isolated Thunderstorms Early, Mostly Cloudy – High 82
Yes… We had more rain this morning, but we should dry up by this afternoon! The National Weather Service believes the bulk of the rain will fall before 1 PM. A few isolated showers attributed to daytime heating are possible, but they will be short-lived pavement wetters.
The HRRR model agress with the NWS and has the showers pushing out of here by 1 PM. Below is the the HRRR’s simulated radar loop between 8 AM and 5 PM.
The Storm Prediction Center is not forecasting any severe weather.
As we approach sunset, the clouds should begin to thin out. We will be mostly clear overnight.
Saturday – Sunny & Dry – Wake up 59, High 85
We will start off a bit cool because of a lack of cloud cover overnight…Cloud cover at night acts like a blanket keeping us insulated but without the insulation we will lose heat. This process is known as Radiative Cooling #nowyouknow.
During the day we will heat up quickly thanks to sunny blue skies.
We will remain clear overnight.
Sunday – Mostly Sunny and Warm Fathers Day – Wake Up 62, High 88
High pressure will continue to dominate our region….This means we will continue to be dry, warm and clear!
We will remain mostly clear overnight.
Official Extended NWS Forecast:
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