Good Morning. The dry and unseasonably cool/cold weather will continue for a few more days. Temperatures late Friday night into early Saturday morning will tumble into the mid and upper 20s in many areas. Temperatures Saturday afternoon will recover to the lower 50s. Sunday still looks dry, but and offshore storm will need to be monitored as any track trends closer to the coast would bring some showers…stay tuned.
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SUNNY CHILLY FRIDAY AFTERNOON/EVENING
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THIS WEEKEND: Continued Dry and Cool
The cool, dry weather continues this weekend. Turning much colder later Friday night into daybreak Saturday with temperatures falling into the mid and upper 20s by dawn. Lots of sunshine Saturday with temperatures by afternoon in the lower 50s. Clear cold and dry for Saturday Night with low near freezing.
Don’t forget this weekend we “fall back”. Daylight Saving Time ends late Saturday night (actually 2am Sunday). Remember to change your clocks back one hour before heading to bed.
Sunday’s sunrise will be back into the 6 o’clock hour, at 6:25 AM. Unfortunately the sunset time will shift to the 4 o’clock hour. We’ll start Sunday with sunshine, but end with increasing afternoon/evening clouds.
We’re monitoring the development and track of an ocean storm Sunday evening and early Monday. Right now, the storm is expected to stay just out to sea…HOWEVER…any trends in the track further north would bring some showers here by Sunday evening. For now we continue to keep Sunday dry, but stay tuned for updates next few days