Cool but Dry Weekend Expected (Aug 22-24)

Jonathan Carr
By Jonathan Carr August 21, 2014 19:54

Cool but Dry Weekend Expected (Aug 22-24)

Tomorrow we’ll deal with another unsettled day but the threat of rain will subside by Saturday morning if not tomorrow night. Lets break it down by day:

Friday will again be unsettled with variable clouds and rain possible at any time. Highs should top out in the upper 70s statewide with lows falling back into the 60s. Since we’re still under the influence of onshore flow, winds will be 5-15mph out of the east.

Conditions should start to improve by Saturday morning. Highs should again top out in the upper 70s statewide but with lows dropping to the 50s and 60s. Winds again will be light-to-moderate out of the east. Give it until noon for all lingering showers to move through. By afternoon, high pressure should start taking over and clear everything out.

Sunday should be the best day of the weekend with mostly sunny skies. Just a few clouds here and there. Highs will again fail to escape the 70s but lows should fall to the 50s statewide. Winds will be light out of the, surprise…east. Next week looks to start beautiful and mostly sunny.

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Be safe and have a great weekend! JC

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Jonathan Carr
By Jonathan Carr August 21, 2014 19:54

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