Settled, dry and warming weather is expected for most of this week. This may precipitate the occasional frivolous urge to spout Wordsworth as you wander, lonely as a cloud, and observe the first signs of early spring bulbs bursting into life.
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For today through Saturday, expect sunny and dry weather. Highs today will be in the low 60’s, but a dry cold front will bring freshening northwesterly winds and cool the highs to the low 50s tomorrow. Wednesday through Saturday will bring a warming trend, with highs on Friday and Saturday in the mid to upper 60s. On Sunday, slightly cooler temperatures and strengthening southwesterlies will be felt ahead of an approaching Pacific trough. However, there has been poor model run-to-run consistency for this system. Right now, it appears that this system may produce some precipitation on Monday.
Additional notes for the weather nuts out there:
Saturday’s storm produced between 0.5 to 1.5 inches of rain over our region.
Mark Sinclair, Ph.D.
Program Chair and Professor, Meteorology
Department of Applied Aviation Sciences, College of Aviation
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