Christmas In April?!?!---A weird movie and also our theme lately. Temps once again running in the 50s this morning and will stay warm all day. Unlike Monday when we flirted with 60 during the afternoon, temps this afternoon will actually take a couple of steps back and hang in the low 50s. The reason is a cool front moving through the region right now. This front is producing a few showers but the showers will be long gone by 9am. From mid morning & the rest of the day the sun will shine. A developing breeze will grab your attention at times.
It's back to reality tomorrow with cold all over the place. We'll start Thursday in the mid 20s and crawl through the upper 30s during the afternoon. The sun will shine but he's really only there for moral support.
Friday offers more sunshine early in the day but clouds begin to take over the sky by afternoon. Those clouds will be out ahead of our next weather system--a system that is slow moving and drawn out. (see where I'm about to go??)
This system is ours for the weekend and it will be a warm system. Plan on cloudy skies both weekend days. Saturday offers showers scattered for much of the day and Sunday will see more clouds but little if any rain. Mild each day with afternoon highs near 50.
Heat and a bit of humidity fed a strong - and sometimes severe - line of thunderstorms today. By the time the dinner hour rolled around (6pm-ish), the storms had consolidated into a line. Everyone got a drink of water and a big drop in temperatures - some falling nearly 20 degrees in minutes!
As we exit our recent soggy pattern we do so with one more weather system capable of producing scattered showers & t-storms. This cool front is a slow mover (aren't we all on Monday mornings?!) up in northern New England right now. This slow moving front will settle into our part of the world very late this afternoon bringing a chance of some scattered t-storms between 4-pm. Until then you have a great day with mostly sunny skies along with temperatures in the low 80s. For some, a bit on the humid side for much of the day.
Well, we had a lot of clouds this afternoon, but at least not a lot of rain. Sure a few showers were out there, scattered about, but hopefully they didn't ruin any plans you had with dad. Temps made it into the mid to upper 70s, which is close to the average for this time of year. In fact, the whole 7-day forecast is within 5 degrees of average each and every day. That means lots of upper 70s and lower 80s on the board. Not bad being average this time of year, huh?
Happy Father's Day to all you dads out there, and to my dad as well. So what's on tap for the day? Golf, grilling, just hanging out? Whatever it is, all and all, it's still a pretty good day for dad weather-wise. I wish I could say the Father's Day forecast exactly repeats Saturday, but we do have a few late afternoon showers to track.