Forecast: Drying Out for Dad, Sort of...
Today: Mostly cloudy and breezy. Shower? 79-83. | Tonight: Partly cloudy. 61-65. | Tomorrow: Partly sunny. 79-83. | A Look Ahead
FORECAST IN DETAIL
At least for now, we catch a break from the daily opportunities for severe weather and flooding rain. Generally dry weather is moving in for the next several days, although we won't be able to completely rule out shower chances, especially during the afternoon and east of town. But any showers will be short-lived and, relative to what we've seen over the past several weeks, minor rain producers. Temperatures will be seasonable.
Today (Sunday): You will notice a strong breeze kicking up out of the north (10-20 mph, with some gusts to around 30 mph), and probably more clouds than sun throughout the day. A few lonely showers or thundershowers may form to the northeast and rotate southward, but most areas should stay dry (80% chance). Highs will be around 80. Confidence: Medium-High
Tonight: Expect partly cloudy skies with breezy conditions continuing. Lows will range from the mid-to-upper 60s (suburbs-city). Confidence: Medium-High
Keep reading for the forecast into early next week...
Tomorrow (Monday): We'll remain caught between low pressure to the east and high pressure to the west. The result will be another breezy day with seasonable highs in the low 80s. Any shower activity from the offshore low is likely (90% chance) to stay to our east and northeast. Confidence: Medium-High
Tomorrow Night: Partly cloudy and mild once again. Lows will fall to the mid-60s downtown, with some low 60s in the cooler suburbs. Confidence: Medium-High
The offshore low to our northeast may actually retrograde to the southwest for Tuesday, increasing clouds and shower chances. However, shower chances should still remain less than 50/50. High temperatures should be near 80. Confidence: Medium
The pesky low may still be close to enough to keep a slight chance of showers (30% chance) on Wednesday, though high pressure moving in from the west may finally start pushing it away. Highs should be seasonable -- in the mid-80s. Confidence: Medium
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