Enjoy the next two days of warmth ...
Tuesday another Canadian Cold Blast arrives with even colder temps !
Our winds have relaxed and the air is dry. This morning temps have fell again into the upper 30s, to near 40.
Today will still be unseasonably cool, but with light north breezes and mostly blue clear skies, afternoon highs will reach 66°. The normal high for mid-April is 74° degrees.
Sunday evening we will be treated to another colorful sunset and another cool night with Monday morning temps in the low 40s.
Monday looks to be one of the warmest days of the week, as under sunny skies with light south breezes we warm to near 72° Then overnight into Tuesday morning a Canadian Cold Front arrives with very dry, and gusty north winds 15-25 mph. Tuesday afternoon highs will be capped midday in the upper 50s and to near 60°, as the cold front blows through. Add in the wind chill and it will feel like the 30s and 40s much of the day. Tuesday afternoon behind the front the temperature will steadily slowly fall. Tuesday evening you will want to spend time protecting your tender plant against Wednesday morning’s cold temps.
By Wednesday morning with high-pressure overhead winds near calm and morning lows drop into the to near freezing, and patchy frost is likely. Then Wednesday afternoon we start all over again, under partly cloudy skies and east breezes warming up into the mid-60s. Thursday and Friday our winds turn south gusting 15-25 mph ushering in the return of Gulf moisture, partly to mostly cloudy skies and highs warming in the low 70s with an approaching Pacific Cold Front. Ahead of the front both days we have a 30% Thursday night and a 60% of heavier showers and storms Friday and Friday night.
Sunday, sunny, NNW 5-15, 40/66
Monday, sunny, SSW 5-15, 41/72
Tuesday, partly sunny, N. 15-25, 45/64
Wednesday, partly cloudy, E. 5-15, 39/66
Thursday, partly cloudy, 30% t-storms, S. 15-25, 45/70
News 12 / Weather Authority