The warming trend continues, the sunny days are numbered


The weather will continue to be sunny and pleasant at the end of the week. No rain is expected for the weekend, but it returns shortly afterwards.

Tonight and tomorrow: Another crisp and clear night is ahead. Expect low temperatures into the upper 40s. The sun remains for the last afternoon of the work week. Look for high temperatures in the low 80s. A noticeable breeze continues to blow, with wind speeds from the northwest at 5 to 10 miles per hour.

Next: Temperatures will continue to warm through next weekend. Values ​​will fall into the low 80s on both Saturday and Sunday. At the same time the clouds start to get thicker. On Saturday there will be some high clouds at times allowing the sun to shine through, while on Sunday the sky will look mostly cloudy. Rain is not expected to be a problem. However, the chance of rain should return on Monday and Tuesday next week as a frontal system stalls to our west and some waves of energy travel through the upper layers of the atmosphere. Aside from the rain, even dense clouds could pose a visibility problem for those awaiting the eclipse. Stay at the storm station as we watch the sky so you can see beyond!

A more significant system will bring higher amounts of rain to the region on Wednesday and possibly Thursday. It is still too early to speak of a washout or to rule out severe weather. The details will become clearer in the next few days.

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