Mixed Weather Expected this Week (Sept 29-Oct 3)

Jonathan Carr
By Jonathan Carr September 29, 2014 09:49

Mixed Weather Expected this Week (Sept 29-Oct 3)

A low pressure disturbance will be passing way to our south early this week which could move scattered showers north and across the region early this week. Things look pretty good after that going into the weekend. Let’s have a look at each day:

Monday should feature a mixed bag of sun and clouds with highs in the upper-70s statewide. Don’t be surprised to see a few spotty showers show up, especially towards the evening. Winds will be extremely light and vary from W to S. Overnight lows will then drop into the 50s (lower-60s near the coast).

Tuesday should see scattered showers across the region with highs in the upper-70s. Winds should be light out of the E/SE before overnight lows fall back into the 60s. On-and-off rain showers are expected overnight. Widespread heavy rainfall is not expected. Precipitation will be of a hit-or-miss nature.

Wednesday should only reach the lower-70s for afternoon high temperatures with winds switching to the NE at 5-10 mph. Scattered showers remain a possibility through Wednesday evening. Overnight lows should then fall into the mid-50s. Again, a hit-or-miss situation for precipitation.

Thursday should feature a noticeable improvement outside. Highs should reach the low-to-mid 70s with 5-10mph easterly winds. Onshore flow is notorious for keeping it cloudy so I’ll go with variable to partly cloudy for skies. Overnight lows then fall back into the 50s.

Friday should also feature variable clouds but with 5-10mph SE winds off the ocean. Highs should reach the low-to-mid 70s again before overnight lows fall into the mid-50s (lower-60s closer to the coast). A weak frontal passage is expected in the Friday-Saturday window. If it happens closer to Friday then the weekend looks dry and cooler. If it happens closer to Saturday then the weekend looks mixed. I’ll take a closer look when guidance comes into a more confident window (Tuesday-ish).

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Be safe and have a great week! JC

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Jonathan Carr
By Jonathan Carr September 29, 2014 09:49

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