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Monthly Archives: October 2009
After a soggy evening overnight tonight, the current storm system should continue to advance on to the northeast, leaving clear and sunny conditions behind.
While stubborn overcast conditions remain over the area this afternoon and evening, the skies should clear out tonight for a generally nice Thursday afternoon ahead of more rain and thunderstorms tomorrow night.
After a nice Monday that saw temperatures climb into the upper-60s, rain showers will enter the area on Tuesday evening.
– Two pattern changes next week. The first will be the establishment of a ridge over the east due a monster west coast trough from Monday until the end of the week the second change will be when a sharp … Continue reading
1. For this afternoon a dry slot in behind the main rain band will move into the region allowing for a decrease in showers and storms this afternoon. Highs should be in the upper 60’s to lower 70’s across the … Continue reading
Friday is here and it is wet and cold outside. Today we can expect a high temperature of around 50 degrees with a chance of light scattered showers as we get into the afternoon and evening hours. Your Saturday looks … Continue reading
It looks as if the rest of Wednesday will stay dry, but you can expect it to remain mostly cloudy for the rest of today with highs lucky to reach the mid 50’s. Rain will resume late Wednesday night into … Continue reading
It looks like today and the majority of Tuesday will stay dry. Chances of rain will increase late Tuesday afternoon into Tuesday evening with chances of rain remaining with us the rest of the week.