High pressure will bring yet another lovely day to the FLX on Wednesday.
High pressure is in control of our weather for one more day, giving us another sunny day. Temperatures will be a bit warmer than they were yesterday as well, with highs mostly near 60 degrees. The winds will remain light, and clouds are unlikely.
The evening will start clear as well, allowing temperatures to quickly drop back through the 50s and into the 40s. Clouds will start to increase and will quickly take over, stalling the temperature drop. Therefore, it should be cloudy with temperatures around 40 degrees when you wake up tomorrow.
Thursday will be cloudy throughout the day, but with a steady south wind, temperatures will still rise significantly. Many areas will reach 70 degrees during the afternoon. The vast majority of the day will be dry, but a dinner time shower cannot be ruled out, especially for western parts of the region.
Showers will increase Thursday night and persist throughout the daytime hours on Friday. The rain will not clear out until Friday evening. Rainfall amounts generally look to be around or less than a half-inch, with just a few localized areas seeing more.
Skies will clear once again for Saturday, but temperatures will be chilly behind Friday’s storm system. Saturday’s highs may fail to reach 50 degrees in some areas. Sunday looks warmer, but more cold weather is possible early next week as a sharp front sets up south of the region. The forecast confidence from Sunday on remains below normal.