Home Stretch! Warmer, Drier Weather Around The Corner

The soggy weather shows no signs of letting up this evening. Showers will continue through Thursday morning. The offshore low pressure system has moved farther north as of this morning, which means the showers will remain more widespread throughout the day. Highs will be in the low-50s.

We should have some very light and isolated showers around tomorrow morning with mostly cloudy skies. However, the showers will end and we’ll see some increasing sunshine with at least partly sunny cloudy skies and highs in the mid-50s. Should be a nice day!

Look for morning clouds and fog on Friday with increasing sunshine for the afternoon. Highs will be in the mid to upper-50s!

Clouds will increase on Saturday and I do think we’ll see some showers increase as well, especially for the northern part of the area. Temps will cool off a bit, but cool off much more on Sunday with widespread rain and snow levels dropping closer to 1,000′. There should be quite a bit of mountain snow!

By Sunday night the snow levels will drop closer to the surface and we may have some pockets of wet snow late and into Monday. During the day Monday we’ll be in the mid-40s, but there could still be some pockets of wet snow showers. It looks drier on Tuesday with some more moisture by Wednesday.