- Weekend Warmup
- Scattered showers Sunday morning
- Gusty winds and falling temperatures
Weekend Changes…Before we discuss our weekend weather, we should finally see the “doom and gloom” depart later this afternoon as enough of a southwest breeze and drier air helps scour out the low clouds, drizzle, and fog. Improvements will come slowly, but surely as we progress into the afternoon hours.
A delightful Saturday is dialed up, including what’s very likely to be our last 80° reading until next spring. Northern portions of the state will get in on some shower activity Saturday, but we’ll remain dry and windy here on the home front. As the cold front draws closer to the region, scattered showers and embedded thunder will blow into town Sunday morning. This won’t be a significant rain event and the much bigger deal will be the falling afternoon temperatures and gusty northwest breeze. You’ll need a jacket before the sun sets Sunday.
The cooler ending to the weekend is a harbinger of things to come as we open the new work week. In fact, temperatures will fall low enough to warrant a patchy frost risk for outlying areas away from the metro Monday and Tuesday mornings. Sun-filled skies and cool, crisp afternoons are on tap next week.
Upcoming 7-Day Precipitation Forecast:
- Snowfall: 0.00″
- Rainfall: 0.10″ – 0.25″