Our string of 60 degree plus temperatures will stay intact for today as well as the next couple of days to follow. Temperatures are starting off noticeably warmer compared to yesterday morning temperatures starting off at or below freezing.
Broken cloudiness moving in from the west is associated with a weak boundary. Moisture still appears to be limited and given how dry the air is at the surface, shower activity later today looks light and widely scattered.Steering winds will then shift out of the northwest, which may drop highs in the low to mid 60s. I think we’ll take that. The mild stretch continues heading into Friday with even more sunshine and highs in the upper 60s.
As our steering winds get even stronger out of the west, comes an even better push of warmer air. By then, the mercury will have jumped around the 70 degree mark for daytime highs on Saturday.
Its that night into Sunday where conditions become a bit soggy. A stronger system barreling out of the Plains will bring us our next best chance for showers along with a few embedded thunderstorms. This will translate to some much cooler daytime highs and overnight lows, the coolest by Monday where highs will not get out of the 40s.
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