We’ll have areas of clouds out there this evening and during the night as a disturbance passes to our south. No rain is expected in our neck of the woods. Overnight lows will be near 40 and the wind will taper off below 5 mph.
Scattered clouds may hang around for the first part of our Wednesday but plenty of sunshine is on tap for the 2nd half of the day. Cool low 60s will be about the best we can do for high temperatures and the wind will be from the NW between 10 and 15 mph.
Wednesday night will be chilly for this time of year… how about some upper 20s? Yikes! Skies will be clear and the wind will be light so at least we’ll have that in our favor.
Clouds will thicken on Thursday but it looks like we’ll stay dry until the evening. Rain will become more widespread during the day Friday. High temperatures in the 50s are likely both days.
A potent weather system is possible this weekend and strong to severe storms may become a threat at some point Saturday or Saturday night. We’ll keep you updated as new information becomes available later this week.