Some spotty, generally light, showers and a northerly wind held temperatures in the 50s Wednesday. Clearing will be the trend for the night. With clearing skies and diminishing winds, the stage is set for a chilly start to our Thursday. Lows early Thursday morning will range from the upper 20s, to lower 30s.
Temperatures will recover nicely for Thursday afternoon. Overall, the day should be a beaut! Bright sunshine, and a light westerly breeze, will combine to push temperatures through the lower 60s - right where we should be this time of the year.
Friday will see more clouds and some showers return to the area. Highs will drop back into the 50s, and then stay there for Saturday. A few sprinkles or flurries will be possible early Saturday morning, but the trend for the day will be for the clouds to break-up. Lots of sunshine is a good bet for Sunday as highs move back up to around the 60-degree mark.
Early next week, warmer temperatures look to be a lock. With a good bit of sunshine, and with a brisk southwesterly wind for both Monday and Tuesday, it looks like we will have a good shot at seeing the mercury top the 70-dergee mark. More clouds and some showers will move back into the area for Wednesday. - JR