Extra sunshine, but cool in your Friday
MORE PROMISE. THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE ABOUT 54 DEGREES. WINDS ARE STILL BLOWING AND AT 29 MILES PER HOUR. FIRST ALERT FUTURE SCAN, STILL TALKING ABOUT THE IMPACTS. NOT AS MUCH IN THE SPRINKLE CATEGORY OR THE LIGHT FLURRIES. BUT STILL WITH THE WIN. — WIND. SUNSHINE WILL POP BACK OUT TOMORROW. AS THE SYSTEM MOVES AWAY, THE WIND WILL START TO DIE DOWN GRADUALLY. HERE IS THE HOUR-BY-HOUR FORECAST FOR TOMORROW. LOOK FOR THE WEDNESDAY DIE DOWN — THE WINDS TO DIE DOWN. 50’S ON SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. SNAKE SATURDAY IS LOOKING GOOD BUT COLD. fifty two DEGREES IN THE AFTERNOON. ON SUNDAY, 55 DEGREES. WE STAY IN THE 50’S HEADING INTO THE FIRST DAY OF SPRING. POSSIBLY SOME 60’S COMING IN FOR NEXT FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.
We might see a number of leftover wrap round rain showers, mixing with only a few snowflakes this night. No accumulation is predicted. Friday will still be windy and feeling chilly. The excessive will probably be only 47 levels, with the winds slowly dropping off.
We might see a number of leftover wrap round rain showers, mixing with very few snowflakes this night. No accumulation is predicted. Friday will still be windy and feeling cold. The high will probably be solely 47 degrees, with the winds slowly dropping off.