Published: 2.21.17 8:21am
Good Morning Folks! Temps are much cooler across the valley this morning than previously forecasted but none the less, temps will once again rise to above average levels this afternoon, even with clouds developing across the Southeast. Showers arrive tonight but it will be a light rain event and most of the action should be off to our east by the late morning hours tomorrow. Clouds linger through the day Wednesday and dissipate slightly on Thursday, but hang around as moisture continues to be pulled into the region from the south and east. Friday will likely be our second warmest day compared to Monday and a much stronger rain even will take place overnight into Saturday, however still small compared to most events. Sunshine and slightly cooler temps arrive this weekend as high pressure moves in from the NW, however temps still maintain the above average streak, just not as warm as this week has been.
Today we’ll find clouds developing across the region through the early morning hours and cloudy skies are likely to be overhead before midday, with isolated showers breaking out as the afternoon moves along. Temps will push into mid 50’s – mid 60’s depending upon elevation and the majority of the isolated shower activity will be focused across the southernmost portion of the area. Temps tonight dip into the upper 40’s for most locations and light rain will move in, dropping anywhere from a tenth up to a quarter of an inch of rain before it’s... click here for more