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High Clouds Arriving Ahead of Showers Tonight
Waking up to patchy frost this morning was an added touch to the cool pattern we are in. High clouds are moving in this afternoon after some quick warming sunshine this morning and we expect to see those high clouds slowly lower and thicken into tonight. The next low is heading to our west with another warm front lining up to our south. That sets up an ocean flow so tonight’s temperatures won’t be as cool as they were this morning. Temperatures will hold in the upper 50s and settle back somewhat tonight into the 40s.
Overnight we will see some showers as a warm front pushes slowly northward. Some showers are showing up on the regional radar well to our north and west for now. We won’t see anything through the evening commute.
Tuesday should bring some brightening of skies and some breaks of sunshine which will allow temperatures to rise into the 60s. The weak cold front shown on the map moves through in the afternoon and then winds will shift into the northeast as the next high builds in from the north.
That high means we are back into onshore flow from the northeast and east which likely means clouds and temperatures not out of the 50s. Another front comes through Wednesday night with some showers and this will lead to another onshore flow set up on Thursday though the boundary this time around will be weaker. Clouds will be around with the risk for a shower or two Thursday with highs into the 60s. Then back we go to an onshore flow and a some showers Thursday night and on and off Friday. Right now it looks like it may take yet another low and a chance for showers on Saturday before the weather improves on Sunday.
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