Lows last night were generally in the mid 30s across the Valley although there were a few isolated reports of frost. Today will be another chilly one with temperatures only warming into the upper 50s/low 60s. Temperatures will rebound through the first couple days of next week as southwesterly flow takes over and brings in warmer, more seasonable air. A few disturbances will dive out of southeast out of Canada...eventually rounding the base of the trough over the east and bringing more shower chances as we head into the mid part of next week. Long range guidance supports this active stretch of weather continuing which is good; we need the rain.
|Lows Saturday Night|
|Next Week's Setup: Multiple disturbances rounding trough bring shower chances|
Today: 61. Mostly Sunny
Monday: 39/72. Partly cloudy. A PM isolated shower across western mountains.
Tuesday: 51/72. Mostly cloudy. A few showers; especially during the evening.
Wednesday: 53/76. AM clouds; partly cloudy and nice during the afternoon.
Thursday: 46/74. AM sun giving way to more clouds late.