PM Update: Splendid tax day weather
Quite warm on Friday before weekend cooldown
Though you might be pulling your hair out today, the weather is surely not among the reasons. We were treated to another very sunny day today, this time with temperatures soaring well into the 70s across the area. If you were cooped up in the office it might be a good time to think of a reason to leave early. The evening promises to deliver -- so will tomorrow!
Through Tonight: Temperatures fall to the upper 60s or around 70 as the sun sets this evening. We stay mostly clear overnight with lows generally in the low-and-mid 50s. Winds will be light from the southwest.
Tomorrow (Friday): Friday brings a brief taste of early-summer warmth before we cool back down into the weekend. Look for highs to reach the low 80s most spots under plenty of sunshine. Clouds may tend to increase a bit late, and there's an outside risk of a shower or storm -- mainly north and west of the area. Winds from the west or southwest will increase during the day and could be quite gusty late.
Lightning on Saturn: NASA has released the first-ever video of lightning on Saturn. The Cassini spacecraft was able to capture the flashes as Saturn approached its equinox on August 10, 2009 when the sky was dimmed enough at the time to see the storm clearly. NASA has noted one storm lasting as long as ten months on Saturn, a record for the solar system.
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