Below Average Temps, AM Fog; Chance of Rain Wednesday; Warmer/Humid Weekend Ahead

Last year we went from winter to summer. I think we had a half afternoon of spring.

Not this year.

For example, over the past 24 hours the temp was 7° below average. Here’s where we’ve been:

Average high, below:

Summer remains far away, which is totally fine by me.

Let Spring Be Spring.

Monday and Monday Night

A bit of a chilly start with temperatures in the low 50°s. Some patchy fog along the riverbeds, but this should mix out into the late morning. Skies should remain mostly cloudy, clearing into the evening.

High around 66.

Upper 40°s overnight low under clear skies.


More of the same. Morning fog, but more sunshine, and a bit warmer. We should reach into the 70°s.

Clouds will begin to move in that night, could see a stray shower or two.

Rest of the Week

Rain likely Wednesday, with a slight chance of non-severe thunderstorms Wednesday night. Just a rain event, no big deal. About 0.10″ or less, not enough for any/many rainouts.

Warm up begins Thursday, temps reaching into the 80°s.

Expect a hot and humid weekend, though. Low/Mid 60 dewpoints with highs around 88 both days. Yikes.

Next real rain chance is poorly timed by weather models. Loose ETA late Sunday.

As always, check back for updates!