Partly cloudy skies today, clear out tomorrow for brilliant sunshine.
The clouds overnight have moved out but are not completely gone. The storm system that gave us light rain all day yesterday and never really let us see the sun is still spinning off the coast. It is far enough to the south that we shouldn’t see much by way of any precipitation out of it, but some of the clouds could produce some rain showers at times. In addition with the very cold air overhead we can’t 100% rule out the chance for some isolated convective systems. These may pop up here and there and could produce some locally heavy rainfall, but any that do form won’t be long lived and shouldn’t produce much by way of any lightning or thunder.
From tomorrow on things quiet down a whole lot. Ridging builds in from the north and will keep our weather very quiet through the middle of next week. We’ll see breezy winds Sunday night into Monday, but that will be the end of the excitement. With the ridge in place we will have mostly clear skies both during the day and at night. These clear skies overnight will conspire to drop temperatures down to levels at or below freezing. These next few nights it will be a good idea to bring any delicate or frost-sensitive plants indoors.
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