Tuesday Weather Story: More Rain & Wind Later This Week
After a windy day with thunderstorms Monday calm conditions have returned for today. Skies are expected to be mostly cloudy Tuesday and a high of 61 degrees. Skies will remain mostly cloudy overnight Tuesday into Wednesday with temperatures dipping into the upper 40s for nighttime lows.
Wednesday will start out dry under mostly cloudy skies and highs in the mid 70s. By the late afternoon a few scattered showers may pass through, with a better chance for thunderstorms late Wednesday night and through the predawn hours of Thursday. By sunrise all rain should be cleared making way for cloudy skies before another round of rain moves in Thursday evening with rain continuing into Friday.
Friday looks very soggy with rain and thunderstorms being likely all day. Some heavy downpours are also possible at times. This will be in combination with high winds gusting from 20-30mph up to 45mph at times. As a result driving may be difficult for high profile vehicles, poor visibility and hydroplaning from the heavy rain, and property damage due to the high winds. Some flooding especially in low lying poorly drained areas are possible as well. While severe weather is currently not expected all of the above conditions will certainly be impactful. Daytime highs are expected to be around 60 degrees before a 30-degree drop Friday night with lows down in the low 30s.
It's possible Friday night that the precipitation could briefly change to flurries but overall winter weather is currently not expected as of today's model guidance but this certainly could change between now and Friday.
The Weekend...Much quieter with dry weather and mostly sunny skies expected. Temperatures will also be on the rise with highs in the low 50s Saturday and mid 50s Sunday.
Dry weather looks to stick around for Monday under mostly sunny skies and temperatures back in the 60s.
Stay close to the forecast for the latest on the incoming weather for later this week!