Time To Dry Out (Briefly)

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Justin’s Wednesday Night Forecast Discussion

Skies are clearing tonight so expect temps to fall lower into the mid and upper 30s tonight. Additionally, with the wet ground, I’m expecting a healthy fog area wide tomorrow that will likely take most of the morning to burn off.

Tomorrow,  a brief dry pocket moves in as high pressure shuts down the rain for a day or so, but highs won’t warm much only back into the mid 50s. Friday holds some question marks as a weak front may brush across the state bringing a chance for light showers to the Northern half of the coast and valley, but even those chances will stay on the lighter side.

The weekend shows more wet weather on tap as the ridge flattens out and the jet stream is pointed right at the Northwest. That’ll keep smaller storms rolling into town from Saturday afternoon through early next week. Highs should be a bit warmer even with the rain for the weekend, back in the upper 50s and low 60s.

Have a great Thursday!

Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton

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