OCTOBER PRECIPITATION: NONE
THURSDAY SUNRISE: 7:10 AM
THURSDAY SUNSET: 6:48 PM
After a sunny start to today, the clouds will likely increase during the afternoon with a couple of showers and storms possible late in the day, and more widespread
shower/storm activity will be around Thursday night. The culprit for the clouds and showers/storms will be an approaching warm front that will likely get hung up just to the south or on top of us Friday through much of Saturday.
With that said, a lot of clouds will exist Friday through the start of Saturday with a few showers/storm, patchy drizzle and fog around during the aforementioned time frame. Late Saturday the warm front should
get through with intervals of sun expected to develop and a couple of showers and storms possibly popping later in the day Saturday in the balmy, muggy air mass. Highs should make the mid 70s to begin the weekend.
South-southwest winds will develop Saturday night and persist through Sunday warming us up even more so, and adding more humidity to the air through Sunday. A strong cold front will slowly near and aid in producing
more numerous showers and storms late Sunday through the start of Monday ahead of and with the frontal passage. Highs to end the weekend will be up around 80,
before a more seasonal air mass blows in for the start of next week. Right now Saturday looks mainly dry, but there should be more numerous showers and storms developing later Sunday afternoon, and especially Sunday
night. Stay tuned.
TODAY: Sunshine fades behind more clouds for the afternoon with a few showers/storm possible late.
TONIGHT: Some showers/storm likely with areas of fog developing too.
FRIDAY: Mild n' muggy with a few scattered showers/storm likely to be around.
SATURDAY: Balmy and becoming breezy with a shower/storm or two possible later in the day. Much of the day looks dry right now, though.
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