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Drying and Clearing Out

Current Radar 

Strong southerly winds are calming down as the Wind Advisory becomes a memory. Overnight, we officially had a 44 MPH wind gust.


As you can see from the above radar, and the below satellite image, the rain is almost over and the clouds aren’t too far away from clearing out.

The HRRR model thinks the clouds will start to break around 6 PM tonight.


After the clear out, we will dry out. Look also for a cooling trend through the rest of the week. Today our high temperature will reach 67° in the afternoon then we will clear out in the evening with a few clouds still in the area. Temperatures will then cool down to the upper 40s through the overnight into the morning on Thursday.

It will be sunny tomorrow with a high temperature of 62°. Surface high pressure will move into the area later in the afternoon and keep conditions quiet for the next couple of days.

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The sunshine will continue on Friday with temperatures only warming up into the upper 50s. It will be much drier with dew points below 30°.

Extended: Another cold front is on the way on Saturday to reinforce the dry air. There will be a few showers ahead of the front around lunchtime on Saturday. Temperatures will cool down into the the upper 20s Saturday night.

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