Another spectacular day in the NorthState, clear skies and warm afternoon temps.
I’m starting to sound like a broken record, but the weather will be fabulous again. We’ll see highs near 70 degrees today with bright sunny skies in the valley with temps in the mountains staying chilly, but feeling better due to the ample sunshine. We are watching for a very weak cold front to move through on Wednesday, but it’s so dry that it won’t give us any precipitation. Temperatures will dip with the added cloud cover, but they will stay right around 60 for the entire NorthState.
After the cold front moves through temps bounce back as another high pressure system builds in from the west. It will allow our temperatures to build back towards the 70 degree mark, but won’t be as persistent as this last bout of beautiful weather. By the weekend we’re watching a system to move in from the Gulf of Alaska, which will make for a chilly and cloudy weekend. We’ll keep a close eye on this system as things develop.
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