Our overrunning weather pattern will come to an end Thursday morning but not before we have another cold and damp night with wind chills in the 30’s. As upper level low pressure moves east we will have clearing skies tomorrow with cold nights to follow but sunny beautiful days through Sunday. The next front will be weak (Pacific) on Monday night.
Tonight will be wet and cold with periods of light rain likely and a wind chill in the 30’s and an actual low temperature of 43.
Thursday expect light rain to end early in the morning then gradual clearing from west to east breezy and chilly (but not as cold) with a high of 57.
Thursday night will be clear calmer and colder with a low of 37.
Friday looks fantastic with sunny skies light winds very dry and a high of 67.
Enjoy our weather once the sun returns.