PM Update: A Few Showers as Clouds Dominate
Quite cool on Thursday; Better afterwards?
The cool and moist air that began arriving yesterday continues to become better established today. Still, rain has so far been minimal. We may see a slightly higher risk of a passing shower during the evening into overnight, just don't expect too much or anything really widespread. Otherwise, we stay quite cloudy and cool as highs which reached the mid-to-upper 70s fall back toward the upper 60s around sunset.
Through Tonight: The oceanic flow should peak overnight into tomorrow, so watch out for a few more hit-or-miss showers and drizzle this evening into overnight as clouds thicken a bit. With the marine air mass in control, temperatures ranges will be fairly small, so lows mostly around 60 to the lower 60s. Winds continue to blow lightly from the northeast.
Tomorrow (Thursday): If you like clouds and cool weather you are still in luck on Thursday. Again, we are not looking at a major rain event during the day. Instead, drizzle and/or light rain in the morning and some isolated to scattered showers later. The best chances for more significant rain should be north and south of the area. Either way, tomorrow looks to be the coolest of this stretch as highs only rise to around 70.
Choi-Wan: The strongest storm of 2009 is currently spinning out in the Western Pacific Ocean. The equivalent of a Category 5 hurricane, Super Typhoon Choi-Wan currently has sustained winds of 160 mph with gusts to 195 mph. The storm is expected to remain near this strength for another 12-24 hours before beginning to weaken. The closest major landmass in its path is Japan, but current indications are that it will miss to the east.
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