PM Update: Clouds Break for Nice Wednesday
Midweek spring preview with temperatures near 70
Today featured more cloudiness across the area, but breaks of sunshine are gradually spreading as the marine air mass gives up its fight (finally). Temperatures have been held back by the clouds so far today, with most places rising to around 50 degrees, though a little additional warming is possible this afternoon in places that see some sun.
Tomorrow (Wednesday): Local springtime weather lovers will rejoice Wednesday because highs should reach the upper 60s to near 70 in most places. Even better, the sun will be on prominent display throughout the day. South winds around 5-10 mph will add a bit of a breeze to the air.
See Matt Rogers' full forecast through the weekend.
Discovery Mission: Space shuttle Discovery launched on Sunday under mostly clear skies. But, the weather has been an impediment in the past. Examiner.com's Paul Fuhr explores the bulky pre-flight weather checklist and discusses which conditions have caused delay in the past. If clouds cooperate, look to the sky tonight between 7:39 p.m and 7:46 p.m. Discovery and the International Space Station will be visible above the southwest horizon headed northeast toward and past the Big Dipper.
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