Updated Apr 19, 2014 1:51pm
What We're Tracking:
Slight weekend rain chances
The weekend rain chances continue to shrink as its becoming more clear that a system currently out over southern California will take a track too far to the north of us while weakening at the same time. This will leave us with a lot less instability than expected so while theres a chance for some weekend showers/tstorms the coverage will be spotty at best. Its still worth keeping an eye out for building tstorms however since many of us will be spending quite a bit of time outdoors this Easter weekend. The back edge of this system will be pushing through on Monday with dry, warmer weather for later next week.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, pleasant. Low: 58 Wind: E 5-10
Tomorrow: Partly sunny, warm and humid. High: 80 Wind: SE 5-10
Easter Saturday: 20% chance of scattered showers/t;storms. Low: 62 High: 80 Wind: SSE 5-15
What We're Tracking: A very strong cold front is due to arrive by aroundnoontime. Afternoon temperatures willdrop to the upper 30s with wind chills in the teens.
What's Happening: Rain is moving in from the west withour sub-tropical jet stream. Cold frontarrives by noon transporting cold air on the surface. Wind chills will drop into the teens thisafternoon. After midnight the combination of deep cold air and upper leveldisturbance will bring us a chance of freezing precipitation. We run the risk of a combination ofsnow,sleet or freezing rain depending on the weather zone you are in. Because the ground is warm, most of thefreeing elements should not stick and or accumulate on the ground.
Today: Cloudy, windy, rainy andcold Hi: 52 but temps dropping to theupper 30s
Tonight: Freezing precipitation after midnight temps: 28 Winds NE 20-30
Friday: Morning freezing rain, cloudy in theafternoon Hi: 42 Winds N 10-15