DRYING OUT CLEARING SKIES TONIGHT
A NICE AUTUMN WEEKEND, NICE DAYS COOL NIGHTS
Watching the satellite loop this afternoon we are seeing skies beginning to slowly clear out from west to east. Last night’s wave of low pressure produced a half inch to an inch and a half of new rainfall. Thankfully we are all done with the rain through at least the daytime on Tuesday. HIgh pressure builds in tonight Saturday and Sunday. This time around the high is going to be just to our west as opposed to being to our north or northeast so we will not have any danger of an onshore moist flow. Tonight we will clear out with most lows in the upper 40s well north and west of the coast to mostly 50s everywhere else.
Saturday looks great so take advantage of the sunshine and highs in the 70s. Saturday night into Sunday morning will be quite cool with many inland areas dropping into the 40s while coastal and urban area lows will be in the low to mid 50s under clear skies.
Sunday looks really nice with lots of sunshine and most highs between 70 and 75. We will stretch out the nice weather for Monday with no worse than partly sunny skies with highs in the 70s. Tuesday a weak front drops in from the northwest.
The front is likely to weaken and fall apart so we are thinking sun and clouds with highs in the upper 70s to some lower 80s. There could be a brief shower at night but then Wednesday and Thursday will be partly sunny and warm with highs again in the upper 70s and lower 80s.
Weather models have been showing a strong push of cool air for next weekend but once again it seems that when weather models show this in the long range they wind up being much less impressive. This seems to be the case later next week as Thursday’s cold front looks weaker and the push of cool air behind it will be minimal. It will probably be wise to view weather model “cold” air invasions with large dose of skepticism until proven otherwise. No big storms or tropical threats are on the horizon.
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