We have been treated to a great stretch of weather however a new slow moving storm system will move in for the weekend and beyond.
Friday: Mostly Cloudy; Few Scattered Showers
Highs: Upper 60s To Around 70 | Wind: SSE 5-10
Overnight: Mostly Cloudy; Few More Showers; Patchy Fog Late
Lows: Upper 50s | Wind: SE 5-10
Saturday: AM Patchy Fog; Mostly Cloudy; Chance Of Showers & Storms
Highs: Upper 60s To Around 70 | Wind: ESE 5-10
After what is been a beautiful run of weather from last weekend through much of this week our luck is finally going to run out. Today will be a transition day featuring more clouds than sunshine along with the threat of a few passing showers from time to time. Temperatures will also be several degrees cooler today compared to yesterday topping out in the upper 60s to low 70s.
A few showers will continue overnight as a slow moving area of low pressure begins its approach. Patchy fog may develop late tonight especially in those locations that receive some rain.
Through this weekend and well into much of next week our weather remains unsettled as it drifts overhead and pieces of energy rotate around it. This all translated into a chance of shower and even a few thunderstorms at times. Let me be clear this doesn’t mean that the weekend will be rainy all the time but if you have outdoor plans you will need to keep an eye to the sky and be prepared to get inside if need be.