A summer-like weekend ahead 10:00 p.m. Friday 24 October 2014
The upper level ridge of high pressure is becoming more dominant, which the sunny skies and warmer temperatures has been the result of this. Enjoy the cooler temperatures in the mornings because over the weekend we will be reaching near record highs due to this high pressure sticking around. Tomorrow morning, we will cool to the 60s and hold on to those mostly clear skies, but once that sunshine gets going we reach just about 90 degrees in most areas. Sunday and Monday show to cool down slightly as an upper level trough will be creeping in closer to the area, but we will still be above normal for fall. This trough though will be our savior come Tuesday because this will fire up a cold front that will drop us to the lower 70s and even give us a slight chance for rain Tuesday and Wednesday. We will hold on to the lower 70s thank goodness for the rest of the work week, and another front looks like it will make it here by Halloween. So far, it doesn’t seem to show any rain chances but we will need to keep an eye on it because this can change. At least it will be cooler for our little trick-or-treaters.
Tomorrow: High around 89 with sunny skies Sunday: Sunny… 62/86 Monday: Mostly Sunny… 62/81 Tuesday: Partly Cloudy… 61/73 with a 20% chance for sct. showers/t-storms Wednesday: Partly Cloudy… 52/74 with a 20% chance for sct. showers/t-storms Thursday: Mostly Sunny… 53/74 Halloween: Sunny… 52/73
Have a great weekend! Wava Denito Weather Authority/News 12
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