We have a breezy morning, as south winds have increased ahead of a cold front:
The winds will stay up all day, and we will start to see an increase in cloud cover as the front moves in. Most of the day will be dry, but the front may squeeze out a few light showers from late morning through about mid-afternoon. A lot of us will miss out on rain, but especially the eastern counties could see a stray shower. Highs will continue to be above normal, as we reach the lower 50s.
High pressure then builds in for Thursday, bringing a dry, partly sunny and cool afternoon. We will climb into the mid-50s, with breezy conditions. On Friday, the first half of the day will be dry, but by late afternoon and evening, we start to see the slight chance of a few showers again. Highs push into the upper 50s, and we expect 60s for the upcoming weekend. We’ve actually bumped up Saturday’s high temp, so we could break the record high for the date:
However, the warmth comes along with the continued chance for showers. Saturday we expect scattered activity, with a better chance of rain late in the day Sunday. With a cold front passing through Sunday night into Monday morning, the rain chance lingers into early next week.