Tonight: Isolated Shower, Cooling Down – 9PM 63°
Update: Showers have tapered off this afternoon. A few more are possible, but not likely, later this evening.
The HRRR Model has a good handle on this scenario:
This evening, expect temperatures to fall back into the lower 60s.
Wednesday: AM Shower, Then Cool and Cloudy – Wake Up 53° High 72°
Another cool day is in store for Wednesday. A light shower mid-morning, around rush hour, is possible.
Otherwise, expect mostly cloudy skies with a light northwesterly breeze.
Thursday: *Shh, No Rain…And Warmer* – Wake Up 54° High 78°
Most of the day should be relatively quiet. In fact, a few peeks of sunshine are possible! We enter “southerly flow”, bringing us warmer temperatures through the afternoon. Highs should top out in the middle and upper 70s.
As it looks now, we stay dry on Thursday. We’ll be watching an approaching piece of energy from the south for Friday and beyond.
A stormy pattern will return. Look for showers and storms to increase quickly from south-to-north on Friday. No severe weather is anticipated at this time.
Allergy Report – Pollen.com
Some good news…your tissue expenditures should generally decline this week!
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