Great Super Bowl Sunday Ahead 5:30 p.m. Saturday 6 February 2016
We had a little bit of rain earlier this morning as a disturbance passed on through and as it cleared the sunshine came out and left a beautiful day with temperatures around normal. As we go into tomorrow and the week ahead it looks like sunny skies all around and temperatures will have a nice warm up near the end of next week. Overnight into the morning for our Super Bowl Sunday, temperatures will be just around freezing for some of us, ranging from 30 to 35 degrees with mostly clear skies. Warming up into the afternoon with our sunny skies will be great, lower breeze in the early afternoon and highs will warm to around the 60s. Great football weather! Into the later afternoon and evening hours the winds will start to pick up a bit more as this is when our next front will arrive. No rain is expected as the atmosphere is too dry, but this will knock down temperatures for Monday and also create a very windy day. Leading into Monday morning we will be around freezing again, and then highs in the afternoon will reach the low 50s. The winds will be the kicker as gusts can exceed 35mph! This is something to be weather aware of as these strong gusts with the very dry conditions is going to cause a high risk for grass fires and driving conditions. We have our upper level ridge of high pressure easing in through this week, so after Monday we will begin to warm back up to where by Wednesday and Thursday we will be reaching the mid to upper 60s with sunny skies. No rain through the week as the high pressure stabilizes conditions too.
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