Sunny & Warm Start to the Weekend


Tonight, mostly clear and cold.

Highs top out in the lower 50s.

Sunday, partly sunny and mild. Winds could gust in the 30 to 40 miles per hour range Monday.

Sunday windy and warmer with some late day sun and a high of 76.

Cloudy conditions are expected.

Warm air aloft will not be able to mix down to the surface until Saturday afternoon.

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Temperatures are expected to stay above freezing overnight with a low in the mid 30s.

Friday will be mostly sunny and breezy, with highs reaching the mid-30s. A few sprinkles, even a stray shower will be possible overnight. High near 48. Low around 30. The warmth sticks around out ahead of our next system that will bring rain chances back to the air area Monday evening and Tuesday morning. High of 69 degrees.

That could also pose an increased risk for another round of ice jams and flooding, the weather service said in its hazardous weather outlook.

RAIN MOVES IN: Temperatures are mild again for Monday, but they come with rain chances.

Highs will be in the 50s Sunday. Our next rain maker does not look to arrive until next weekend. The snow should finally be kicked out by late Monday evening. Once the front moves off the coast early Tuesday morning, the sun will return and it will be dry through Wednesday.

Forecasters will be watching that closely too.