Forecast: Rawness, For Real
Given the forecast for cloudy and cool conditions yesterday (note: our forecast did not call for rain), I think everyone was surprised by how pleasant it turned out to be. While the raw factor was missing in action yesterday, in means business today with cool and dreary conditions more certain. Not until Tuesday afternoon or even Wednesday, will we probably enjoy some sunshine and mild temperatures.
Morning rain, cloudy afternoon. 50-55. A little light rain is likely to linger this morning, tapering off from west to east before noon. However, skies will remain overcast during the afternoon with some patchy drizzle possible as damp northeast flow settles in. Temperatures will remain steady in the low 50s much of the day.
Overnight it will stay overcast, with a chance of drizzle. Low temperatures should be in the mid 40s.
Keep reading for the forecast into early next week.
Clammy and cool. 52-56. Murky flow from the east will persist. This means more overcast and areas of drizzle, especially early. By afternoon, skies may brighten a bit--particularly west, with temperatures reaching the mid 50s.
Mostly cloudy overnight, with lows 45-50.
A LOOK AHEAD
Some forecasts are calling for partly sunny skies Tuesday, but I'm not so sure about that. Easterly flow may well continue with more overcast skies, drizzle (especially in the morning) and cool temperatures in the 50s.
Perhaps by Wednesday, the sun may emerge for a time, helping to lift temperatures into the 60s before a front brings a chance of showers at night.
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