Overnight: Clear and Chilly and bright
Lows: 40-47 by Dawn | Wind: Light
Wednesday: Sunny and Warmer, Chance Showers Evening
Highs: Near 75 | Precipitation: 50% Chance Evening-night
Thursday: Becoming Sunny, Cooler but Pleasant
Highs: Near 65 | Wind: NW 5-10 mph
After a chilly cloudy morning the clouds have moved out. Earlier today a great AQUA image (taken about 1PM) with the clouds still over us.
Look at the increasing green around the region but the ridges and mountains west and north are still brown. The International Space Station is visible in the western sky at 9:46 this evening. It will quite bright but disappear in the earth's shadow at 9:48PM. Here's the track from Heavens Above.
A weak weather front will move our way tomorrow and with winds turning into the south and southwest, temperatures will soar into the 70s. Our hyperlocal futurecast shows any showers holding off until late evening and after the evening rush.
More sun late in the week but the weekend still looks a bit "iffy" right now.