Potential rain, fog and cooler temperatures before a nice mid-week warm up
Sunday Weather 2-21-21
Monday Night: Clear and a little bit cool along with light winds. Low: 40 degrees. Winds: NE 5 mph. A 10% chance of rain.
Tuesday: Sunny skies with average temperatures and moderate winds. High: 70. Winds: SE 15 mph. A 10% chance for rain showers.
Extended Forecast: Tuesday Night through Sunday: Temperatures warm for a day on Wednesday with highs in the mid 70’s and lows in the mid 50’s but then cooler air pushes down keeping highs in the 60’s and lows in the 50’s through Saturday. Rain chances will be between 20-40 percent with mostly cloudy skies and winds around 15 mph. Warmer air moves in for the weekend with highs in the 70’s and lows in the 50’s. Again, clouds will be plentiful, winds will be around 15 mph and rain chances increase a little bit into the 30-40 percent range.
Synopsis: A cold front pushes in Sunday night but this front will be from the west and nothing like last week’s Arctic Cold Front. The good thing is that temperatures only get dropped by 5-degrees or less over the next day while rain chances will be around 30 percent with Sunday nights passing front. Some fog could develop mostly near coastal areas with the passing of the front. Warm air pushes back up from the south on Tuesday and Wednesday as temps warm back into the 70’s but then another cold front moves in Wednesday night that will knock temperature highs into the mid 60’s Thursday and Friday. Warm air pushes up once again for the weekend while temperatures return to the 70’s for highs. Thursday and Sunday are the best chances for rain with chances around 40 percent.
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