We have said it a LOT the last few months, but it’s going to be another warm one. Temperatures Wednesday morning are already running above average highs for this time of year, and they are only going up in the afternoon.
We are locked in the same weather pattern as the last few days. Morning fog and clouds will give way to some sunshine as highs jump back into the 70s Wednesday afternoon. There is the slight chance for a shower or thunderstorm, but most areas will remain dry. Even though fog will form again overnight, this weather pattern will start to change over the next few days.
Temperatures are actually going to rise before a weekend cooldown. Highs will border 80 degrees Thursday and Friday afternoons. Then, the stormy weather that has been locked up over the interior west will move our way. Clouds will come in Friday night, then rounds of rain and thunderstorms Saturday and Sunday. This will knock down our temperatures, but highs will still be in the 60s – which is 5-10 degrees above average.
It looks like the stormy weather will move away for the beginning of next week.
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