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“Reign” Of Sunny Days Coming To An End

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Justin’s Tuesday Night’s Forecast Discussion

A very chilly start this morning as inland lows reached the low 30s and not much in the way of morning clouds either.  So highs rebounded back into the upper 60s and low 70s.  Tomorrow and Thursday will likely be the last dry, sunny days we’ll see in a while, so get out and enjoy them!

Tomorrow and Thursday the high pressure ridge that’s been blocking most of the storm activity slowly breaks down and moves into Western Canada. The next couple of days will stay sunny in the afternoons and dry. Highs should also hold in the upper 60s and low 70s.

By Friday, we’ll see the first of a series of waves move through. The coast may see some light to moderate showers by Friday morning, with some light showers moving into the valleys by Friday afternoon. Friday night high school football will be wet for the first time all season and chilly with temperatures falling into the mid 50s soon after kickoff.

The weekend will be wet at times, nothing heavy, but both Saturday and Sunday have chances for showers as a few cold fronts move across the state. Best dry time for now appears to be Sunday morning through mid-afternoon.  Highs with the cooler air and possible showers, will be cooler, in the mid to upper 60s. More wet weather is waiting for next week as the jet stream returns to a zonal flow allowing little systems to roll into the coast about every 24 hours or so.

Have a great Wednesday!

Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton

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