PM Update: Out with the warm, in with the showers
Rain chances arrive later tomorrow, last into weekend
Our final milder-than-normal afternoon of this very pleasant stretch of autumn weather is coming to a close. Some extra high clouds through much of the day helped keep temperatures in check just a bit, as most spots reach highs near 70 into the mid-70s. Good news is that while clouds will generally increase heading through tonight leading to a cloudy tomorrow, rain is still a ways off. All in all it's another pleasant evening for outdoor activities.
Through Tonight: Following some possible short-term clearing into evening, we'll see clouds thicken and lower overnight. Evening readings in the mid-to-upper 60s drop to lows ranging from near 50 into the mid-50s. Winds should begin shifting to the northeast and east by morning.
Tomorrow (Friday): Low pressure headed for the Great Lakes will send a cold front and its associated moisture our direction, but the precipitation won't be in much of a hurry to get here, so we should stay dry through the morning. Shower chances start to increase by mid-to-late afternoon with scattered activity possible by evening. With all the clouds and a cooler flow off the ocean, highs won't rise much higher than the low-to-mid 60s.
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Posted by: jahutch | October 22, 2009 9:17 PM | Report abuse
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