On track for a warm-up across the state as we approach temperatures closer to normal than we’ve seen all week…
Highs topping out in the low 40’s and winds will remain light and variable. Offshore low will push in some clouds, but I think we’ll remain dry. If we get anything it’ll be a sprinkle or two. Big story of course is the weekend warm-up as we near the 50’s, but looks mainly like mid 40’s.
A few flurries around 1AM-3AM Sunday morning as a cold front sweeps in—a bit colder on Sunday. Still keeping few flurries Monday, and then it is all about PM Tuesday- AM Thursday as a low out west could make it here. GFS pushes it out to sea and Euro keeps it in closer. Temperatures are also important, so this is a matter of monitoring the development of the low.
Have a great weekend!
Meteorologist Erika Martin
Friday: Developing clouds and that low that we tracked in The Gulf yesterday looks like it’ll bring us a spot shower between 1AM and 3AM. 40-42
Saturday: Warmer and a mix of sun and clouds. Late clouds and isolated flurries around 2AM to 4AM on Sunday.
Don’t forget to change your clocks!39-40
Sunday: More clouds than sun, cool. High: 35-38.
Monday: Overnight Sunday into Monday brings extra clouds and possible light precip. Otherwise good amount of sunshine. A few more PM clouds41-42
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy skies to more clouds later. Now tracking a low that will develop out west. This storm must be tracked closely to determine whether it’ll make it here never mind precip type. 42-44
Wednesday: Overcast and possible storm moving through. To far out, so keeping overcast for now…One to watch! 38-39
Thursday: Overcast skies as I track a potential low tracking this way. Too early to commit to precip. It does look colder though behind the front. 39-41
Friday: Looks cooler with a mix of sun and clouds.35-38