Forecast Last Updated at Sunday, March 26, 2017 at 6:19PM
Foggy in Spots
One or two showers are possible this evening. Areas of fog develop later tonight and early Monday in the valleys. By Monday afternoon the atmosphere will become unstable, sparking widely scattered showers and thundershowers. Showers last most of Monday night, lingering into Tuesday. Wednesday will be the warmest day of a warm week and it will be dry. A back door cold front cools things down some Thursday and Friday with increasing chances of rain.
Hi: 65 Lo: 48
Mostly cloudy; Cannot rule out an evening shower; Areas of valley fog developing; Light wind
Hi: 70 Lo: 47
Partly to mostly cloudy; AM valley fog; Widely scattered PM and overnight showers & t-showers; South wind 5 to 15 mph
Hi: 69 Lo: 43
Mostly cloudy; Isolated showers during the daytime; NW wind 10-15 mph
Hi: 71 Lo: 45
Scattered clouds; Warm temperatures
Hi: 61 Lo: 43
More clouds; PM showers; Cooler
Friday - A good chance of showers; A thundershower is possible; High in the lower 60s; Low in the mid 40s
Saturday - Partial clearing; Breezy and mild; High in the mid 60s; Low in the upper 30s
Paraphrasing (very loosely) the old rhyme, March showers bring overnight valley fog. And that's what we expect to see later tonight and Monday morning. A shower or two cannot be ruled out Sunday evening.
After the fog burns off, Monday will be rather warm. With more humidity in the atmosphere, the ingredients will come together for afternoon showers and thundershowers. Most of the day will be good, but there will be some heavy downpours around. The showers last through Monday night. Tuesday will be less unstable, though a shower cannot be ruled out ahead of a cold front.
That cold front drops through early Wednesday. Actually, it won’t be cold at all at first, but we will dry out even as we experience mild afternoon temperatures. It will be a little cooler Wednesday night as cooler high pressure moves in.
A more intense low lifts to our North by next Friday. This may spread more abundant rainfall into the region, which will be enhanced as the moisture is lifted over a wedge of cooler air near the ground. We are not in a wet pattern right now, so we’ll see if the system actually ends up being as wet as it looks on today’s models. Cautious optimism is the word of the day.
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