3/1 – Meteorologist Rob Martin’s “First Days Of March” Evening Forecast

The next few days will be mainly a temp and dew-point forecast. No rain anywhere in sight during the workweek with the greatest impacts likely to the fire weather community as relative humidity values could be quite low again this afternoon and tomorrow afternoon.


As we head into Wednesday and Thursday, winds will be highly dependent on daytime heating. Once we get to midday the sea breeze should begin to kick in and if it moves north through your location dew-points will rebound some. Areas that remain north of the sea breeze will continue to remain quite dry and could lead to a concern with respect fire weather conditions. Temps will rise through the week, although humidity will remain in check. Overnights will be noticeably milder from late-week through the weekend.


High pressure will continue to shift to the east opening the region to moist air advection from the Gulf while a slowly developing low level disturbance starts to set up over the western CONUS. With this set up, we could see the return of spotty light rain possibly as early as this weekend. The main time frame for this does look to be Saturday, but that still does not look great at this time.  However, a better chance of rain and weaker thunderstorms ramps up for Monday as our next cold front sweeps through.

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