METEOROLOGIST MARISA WOLOSZYN’S FORECAST DISCUSSION:
So we made through our first fall-like storm Friday and Saturday. Showers became a bit more isolated Saturday, but still some pretty good downpours.
The next storm is already on it’s way over the Pacific Ocean. We’ll sneak a few showers early Sunday but a bulk of the rain will come in the afternoon. The heavy downpours will be accompanied by strong winds, with gust near 30 mph inland and 40 mph along the coast. High temperatures will remain cool and in the mid 60s across the entire area.
An upper level low will keep things unstable Monday through Wednesday and continue the pattern of showers and sunbreaks each day. High temperatures will remain below average in the 60s.
We’ll transition to sunnier skies by Thursday and Friday. As high pressure builds, we’ll also see warmer air move in and bump highs back into the mid 70s.
Have a super Sunday!
Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn