Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton‘s Daily Forecast Discussion:
The cold front is on the move tonight and will slowly bring isolated showers mainly in the pre-dawn hours Wednesday. Tonight, despite the clouds, Mars will be 10x brighter than any other star or planet in the sky, if you can get a break in the clouds, look to the NE sky and SE of the Big Dipper. More information is here: Bright Mars
Wednesday morning may have some isolated (read: super spotty) showers around sunrise, however, soon after lunch, clouds will break up to mostly sunny skies in the afternoon. Thursday will start with morning clouds but back to sunny skies quickly as the high pressure ridge rebuilds over the Northwest. However, highs will be cooler, back down into the mid 60s.
However, by Friday and the weekend, temps will be back up into the low 70s with plenty of sunshine as high pressure rebuilds quickly into the Northwest. Pollen counts remain high and grass pollen in particular will continue to climb going into May. Otherwise, we should see a couple of fantastic days to get your Spring garden going!
Have a great Tuesday night!
– Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton
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