Forecast Last Updated at Saturday, November 28, 2015 at 6:53AM
More Clouds Today, But Still Mild
There will be more cloudiness today vs. Friday, but temperatures will still be unseasonably mild for late November. Enjoy the dry weather, because rain returns to the forecast for Sunday, and will be with us through Tuesday and probably into Wednesday. After mild weather again on Sunday, it will be cooler for Monday and Tuesday.
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Hi: 67 Lo: 47
Lots of clouds, but remarkably mild; Light wind
Hi: 63 Lo: 50
Generally cloudy but mild; Light rain developing & continuing Sunday night; Light wind
Hi: 53 Lo: 46
Cloudy with periods of rain; Cooler; Light SE wind
Hi: 55 Lo: 47
Cloudy with occasional rain
Hi: 52 Lo: 34
AM rain; Clearing PM
Thursday - Partly cloudy daytime; More clouds Thursday night with a chance for rain; High in the lower 50s; Low in the upper 30s
Friday - Mostly cloudy with rain possible early; Clearing PM; High in the lower 50s; Low in the lower 30s
High pressure will be with us for one more day before changes begin to occur on our weather map. Expect another mild day despite an increasing canopy of high clouds.
Sunday will feature thickening clouds as a cold front approaches from the west/north. The front will actually slide southward in backdoor fashion on Monday, forming a cool wedge along and east of the mountain spine. Light rain will develop by Sunday afternoon, although mild temperatures will persist. Monday and Tuesday looks gray and rather foggy/soggy along with noticeably cooler temperatures.
A cold front is scheduled to sweep across the area from the west late Tuesday night or early Wednesday, bringing an end to the rain during the first half of Wednesday. Another disturbance tracking through the southern branch of the jet stream could generate additional rainfall by the end of the workweek, but there are significant differences in the modeling right now that make the forecast for the end of next week rather challenging and uncertain.
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