UPDATE: 8:30 p.m.
The latest models are on track with my previous posts: The front moves through in the morning with gusty north winds, rain, and much cooler conditions on your Saturday.
Sunday is a bit uncertain on how fast the clouds will clear, but in general you'll get a greater amount of sunshine for Sunday the farther west and/or north you live. Have great weekend - Steve
Windy, Rainy, Cold Saturday; Warmer Sun-Tue
4:30 p.m. Fri 7 March 2014
Low-level moisture is returning northward while higher-level clouds move in from the west, so expect overcast skies to develop overnight. The chance for rain gradually improves as a surface front passes through on Saturday with most of the rain expected to be behind the front in the colder air mass.
This means Saturday will be a rather raw day with occasional rain, a stiff northerly breeze, and temperatures in the 40s.
Sunshine slowly returns for Sunday and highs should warm to near 60 degrees. The outlook into next week shows a continued warming trend Monday followed by another cold frontal passage Tuesday or Wednesday.
Here are the numbers:
Tonight: 30% Rain toward Sunrise…Lows 43 to 46
Saturday: 80% Rain, Windy and Colder…..Highs 45 to 52
Sunday: Decreasing Clouds…34/58
Monday: Mostly Sunny …..38/71
Tuesday: Partly Cloudy…..48/75
Wednesday: Mostly Cloudy, Windy…..40/58
May You Have a Great Weekend!
Weather Authority/News 12