Another warm day is in store for us with high temperatures reaching the low 80s around the area. There will be a some clouds in the area with dew points in the upper 50s.
A surface cold front to the west will be moving our direction this afternoon.
Below is the satellite view. It looks like it’ll mess with our weekend.
Rain will stay well off to west today due to upward forcing ahead of the cold front. As the boundary moves eastward it will continue to gain strength.
We will see an increase in high cloud cover in the afternoon.
By the time the evening approaches – showers will be moving into the area ahead of the cold front. We are not expecting anything severe.
The bulk of the rain will begin to approach the area overnight tonight.
Showers will linger in the morning hours.
Temperatures will be cooler on Saturday with a high temperature reaching 72°.
Saturday will be pretty dreary. We will see showers throughout the day receiving up to half an inch of rain with locally heavier amounts. (Here is the total precipitable water amounts from Friday morning valid through Sunday morning.
Rain will continue on Sunday with high temperatures much cooler in the upper 60s. Dew points will remain in the low 60s on Sunday and we will begin to see breaks in the clouds by lunchtime.
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