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Staying Cool and Cloudy For Dad

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Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton‘s Daily Forecast Discussion:  

For a cloudy and cool start to the day, we were able to break out some sun breaks in the late afternoon. Highs today topped out in the mid 60s and low 70s. Tonight, what breaks we did see will fill back in with clouds and a weak cold front will fire across the state bringing a slight chance for some early Father’s Day showers for the coast.

Father’s Day forecast has changed a bit with another weak front moving across the region. Models have been a little more consistent with bringing some light showers, mainly in the morning, through lunctime and staying mostly cloudy most of the day at the coast but we should be able to break out some occasional sun breaks by the afternoon. Highs will be cool for Dad too in the mid to upper 60s.

The low slinging these fronts at the Northwest will head southward and move through on Monday and Tuesday. So expect to keep unseasonably cooler temps in the mid 60s and more cloudy skies than sunny for both Monday and Tuesday. The mountains may see a stray thunderstorm or two pop up Monday afternoon. Summertime is back quickly next week as highs will push into the upper 70s and sunny again by Wednesday and Thursday.

Have a great Father’s Day!

- Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton

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