Warming up (finally!) later this week...
Tuesday did see some sun, but that sun did mix in with some clouds and some showers too. The general trend for the rest of the week is for us to warm up and to, for the most part, dry out…as this wet, gloomy, and cool pattern slowly breaks.
Tonight: Any leftover showers end, skies clear a bit…pretty warm with lows near 60.
Wednesday: Increasing sun with only a slight chance for a few rogue showers…warmer with highs in the middle 70s.
We will turn warmer still on Thursday and Friday. Temperatures will top out in the lower 80s on Thursday, climbing into the middle 80s on Friday. Like Wednesday, most of us will stay dry on Thursday. But stray showers may form during the heating of the day. Otherwise, Thursday will see a mix of sun and clouds. Friday will be dry under mainly sunny skies.
A disturbance will move in from the northeast (that’s right…from New England) at some point this weekend, bringing us some scattered showers and storms. The question is: when? Right now it looks like Saturday night will be our best chance for rain this weekend. But, please stay tuned as this timing could change. So, for now most of Saturday is dry and most of Sunday is dry. We may see a few late-day t-showers on Saturday, with a couple of lingering showers early on Sunday. Otherwise, both Saturday and Sunday will see a mix of sun and clouds. Temperatures this weekend will reach the middle 80s on Saturday, but behind that storm system, temperatures will drop into the upper 70s on Sunday.
Early next week looks dry too. Monday will be partly to mostly sunny with highs close to 80 degrees.