1/4 – Rob’s Friday Morning “Clearing Skies” Forecast

Today will be the much needed start of a dry period for the local area. Strong cold air will advect into the region with about a 10 degree drop in high temps from yesterday…with most of the area to see the mid 50s.

High temps will be bouncing back quite quickly an upper level ridge tracks across the country Saturday night through Sunday. This will bring temps back to near climatological normal Saturday and above normal by about 5 degrees Sunday. And finally, no rain through this weekend.

Starting off next week will be a continuation of this weekend’s trends. Temperatures will continue to moderate and rain chances low. Highs will be around 70 degrees for most portions of the forecast. A cold front associated with an upper-level trough of low-pressure will approach the area from the northwest Monday evening, but not actually move through until. A few showers may develop along the boundary as it moves through Tuesday but at this time, coverage and intensity looks like they will be relatively low. This could then be the last chance of rain until next weekend.

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