A Few Dry Days Ahead

Current Temps and Radar

Tonight – Cloudy & Cool, but No Rain. Yay!

Skies have finally begun to clear up. Too bad that couldn’t happen earlier in the day.

High pressure moved in behind the low pressure system responsible for yesterday’s rain, clearing us out and keeping us cool.

Overnight lows will drop all the way down to the mid 40ºs.

Monday – Chilly Start, but Nice Afternoon – Wake Up: 43º, High: 68º

Tomorrow looks like a really nice start to the work week! But, it will start off chilly.

However, we’ll see much more of the sun tomorrow!

We’ll stay dry as high pressure sticks around, though the next rainmaker will be off in Texas getting its act together:

Another cool night is in store with temps again dropping to the mid 40ºs.

Tuesday – Next Chance for Rain – Wake Up: 46º, High: 70º

That low pressure system off in Texas will begin to track east on Tuesday.

Models have it going south of us, along the Gulf Coast. But, we’ll still get some rain out of it starting Tuesday afternoon:


Showers will persist Tuesday night into Wednesday.

We’ll likely see less than an inch of rain this week, as the heaviest rain is forecasted along the coast:


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