TONIGHT – 52° by 7 PM
This evening will be pleasant, with dinnertime temperatures in the low 50°s, and skies will be mostly clear.
A southerly wind will really settle-in overnight. Skies will stay mostly clear through the morning hours & lows will fall to the mid 40°s.
No fog issues tomorrow morning.
FRIDAY – Wake Up: 45°, High: 69°
Great end to the work week tomorrow, as another mostly sunny day is expected.
It will be very windy, though. So windy that there is a wind advisory in place from 6 AM to 6 PM:
Sustained winds will be 15-20 mph, but wind gusts will get close to 35 mph, maybe even 40 mph at times.
We may see a few extra clouds around, as a south wind sends warmer air & increased moisture our way:
It’ll be even warmer tomorrow afternoon as highs make it all the way to the upper 60°s.
Skies will turn mostly cloudy overnight Friday into Saturday.
SATURDAY – Wake Up: 54°, High: 67°
Two of our big models push some light rain into the area on Saturday morning. Here’s one of those:
Saturday looks cloudy & sort of blah, but not a washout.
We will probably be dodging some showers throughout the day, though.
It’ll be another very warm day, too… Highs will be back to the upper 60°s.
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