02/26 – Rob Knight’s “Windy” Wednesday Morning Forecast
A cold front is currently moving east of the area this morning.
Temperatures will either stabilize or move a few degrees lower through the day and even though skies are clear at the moment, clouds quickly fill the sky and will be tough to get rid of until late tonight into Thursday morning.
Highs today will range from the mid to upper 50s inland and the lower to middle 60s along the immediate coast. Lows tonight, generally 5 to 8 degrees below seasonal norms, will range from the lower to middle 30s for most inland areas and the middle to upper 30s closer to the coast.
Highs Thursday, still below seasonal norms, will range from the lower to middle 50s for most locations. Winds will be quite blustery later today and tonight before easing back Thursday through the weekend and becoming southerly by Sunday.
Southerly winds will bring the moisture back ahead of the next system that may begin to affect the area by Wednesday.