High temperatures reaching 70° in many areas Wednesday. Milder and windy Thursday with highs of 70-75 by afternoon. Showers Friday afternoon will turn to heavier rain later Friday night into early Saturday morning.
It stays dry overnight with mostly clear skies. Lows will drop to the mid to upper 40s by dawn.
DAYBREAK TEMPERTURES THURSDAY MORNING
We have another dry and warmer than normal day on Thursday. Skies remain mostly sunny, but winds will increase in the afternoon, with south gusts 25-35 mph.
WIND GUSTS THURSDAY AFTERNOON: Southerly gusts 30-35 mph at times
BAY FORECAST THURSDAY: Small Craft Advisory
MORE RAIN FRIDAY THRU SATURDAY MORNING
Another round of rain moves in for the end of the work week. Initially, we expect to only a few scattered showers during the day on Friday. By Friday evening, rain will turn steadier and heavier, with the potential for heavy rain from Friday night into the first half of Saturday as an area of low pressure develops along a cold front. Skies will clear by Saturday afternoon and evening. Sunday looks sunny, cool and dry.
The rain will linger through Saturday morning before tapering off in the afternoon and evening. Right now, it’s looking like we could get another healthy dose of rain, as much as an inch or two, that will continue to ease our drought concerns.
RAINFALL POTENTIAL FRIDAY NIGHT THRU EARLY SATURDAY MORNING
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