Transition Day

The rain is gone and the skies are mostly clear. We’ll see temps close to 70º this afternoon.

Overnight the wind picks up clouds move in. The wind might even reach advisory criteria. Expect max gusts between 30 – 40 mph. The HRRR predicts a few waves of rain tomorrow night as a front approaches. We don’t expect severe weather, but a rumble of thunder is possible into Thursday morning.

The real story tomorrow is the warmth. We could see 80º. The record high is 76º. Will we reach it? Seems likely.

Following the overnight rain, we’ll see warm temps and dry skies through Friday. On Saturday, rain returns.

It’s still a little early for exact timing, but moderate rain for the first part of the day Saturday is expected. MLS game on Saturday? Best case is that we see the rain exit before kickoff. Through Monday we could see 1-2″ inches of rain.

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