TODAY: High pressure sits off to our south which will keep us mostly clear with high temperatures in the upper 70’s for much of the region. It will be a pretty breezy day with winds out of the SW at 5-15 mph.
TONIGHT: Clouds start to roll in as a shortwave trough approaches us from the west. Lows will hover around 60 degrees with winds out of the SW at 5-10 MPH.
TOMORROW: The shortwave trough will bring us a 40% chance of showers and thunderstorms, with the bulk of the rain taking place in the morning hours. The Storm Predictive Center currently has our far western region under a marginal risk for severe weather, with the main threats being stronger winds and hail. This will be something to keep an eye on as we go into tomorrow. High temperatures will be in the mid to upper 70’s, and lows will fall into the mid 50’s.
WEDNESDAY: High pressure builds back into our region, so we’ll see mostly clear skies. Winds will be primarily out of the north, so cold air advection will make our high temperatures cooler than Monday and Tuesday. High temperatures will be in the lower 70’s, and low temperatures will fall into the lower 50’s.
THURSDAY: High pressure sticks around keeping our skies clear and our temperatures cool. Highs will be in the upper 60’s and lower 70’s, and lows will hover around 50 degrees.
WEEKEND: We’ll see temperatures build back into the mid 70’s for the weekend with isolated chances for showers and thunderstorms on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
Have a great day folks!
-Meteorologist Hunter McCullough