A few sprinkles will push through the area over the next few hours. Wednesday should bring sunshine back overhead.
Tonight: Partly Cloudy, Cool
Lows: 30s | Wind: NW 4-8 m.p.h.
Wednesday: Partly Cloudy, Breezy & Mild
Highs: Low 50s | Wind: NW 10-15 m.p.h.
Thursday: Mostly Cloudy, Showers Likely
Highs: Low 50s | Precipitation: 60%
The low pressure area that gave us the cloudy day and random sprinkles will move away from the area tonight and as it does, skies will slowly clear. High pressure will briefly build tomorrow providing lots of sunshine and afternoon temperatures into the lower 50s. On Thursday, a cold front will cross the region and with it will come a 60% chance of rain. Skies will quickly clear on Friday and temperatures will recover into the lower 50s. That pattern will continue through Saturday.
Right now, we are forecasting a cloudy, breezy and seasonably cool day on Sunday. But I want to point out that a couple computer models have been suggesting that a coastal low pressure system will form and bring snow to parts of the area. I do not buy into that forecast at this time. I believe these models will continue to be “outliers” to the majority of the models that support my forecast. Should other computer models change their tune over the next few days, I might start to become a believer. But I am not there yet. Stay tuned.