After a cold November it is a little goofy that the first week of December will be a warm week...no worries snow lovers, just taking a break from our cold pattern. Today & tomorrow will the warmest of the next several with afternoon highs expected to reach the low & mid 50s---we're nearly there now with many towns close to 50! There are some clouds out there now but sun does make it a comeback during the day.
Tuesday offers more mild weather but also a fair amount of clouds. Despite more clouds, we will still see temperatures up near 50 throughout the afternoon. Those clouds are out ahead of our next weather player--a cool front that is set to arrive on Wednesday.
Wednesday sees that cool front (notice I said cool and not arctic?) slide through here with some morning rain showers. Behind this system temps will slowly fall back from the low 50s during the morning into the mid 40s by evening. Thursday will be our first day this week with *normal* temps--afternoon highs in the mid 40s. Nothing wrong with being normal. Have a great day!
Well, it certainly was a great weekend weather-wise until this afternoon when the temps dropped and light showers moved in from west to east. Despite the cool down, the theme for this upcoming week is warmer with higher humidity. It'll also be unsettled at times.
Our fun in the sun ends this afternoon as morning sunshine fades behind thickening clouds. As those clouds increase, a few showers break out this afternoon from west to east, with the highest chance for rain late afternoon and this evening. Most of the showers are light, especially the early afternoon ones, but a heavier shower or two is possible near day's end and early this evening. Highs reach the mid to upper 60s around noon, then fall back to near 60 mid to late afternoon thanks to scattered showers. These showers are brought to us by a warm front.
Quite a few clouds in the sky at times this afternoon, but the atmosphere lacked ample moisture to produce showers, so we made out just fine with temps near 70. Even the coast made it well into the 60s before the onshore wind knocked temps back.