The warm temperatures are here to stay and now some much needed rain chances are returning to the forecast. Clouds will stick around overnight with only a small chance of a shower. The work week will end unseasonably warm with highs around the record of 75 degrees, a mix of sun and clouds, and the slight chance of a shower. Rain chances will really ramp up this weekend with abundant moisture and a stalled frontal boundary nearby. In addition to showers, there will be some thunderstorms, especially Sunday. A few of the storms could become strong or severe, so that is something that we will monitor, gusty winds and even an isolated tornado cannot be ruled out at this point. The final cold front will clear out Monday bringing an end to the soggy weather although it will be breezy. There will be plenty of sunshine Tuesday into Wednesday before rain chances return Thursday. Temperatures will still stay well above average following the front's passage.
Overnight, mostly cloudy with a passing shower, lows 55-58.
Friday, sun and clouds with a very spotty shower, highs 69-75.
Friday night, mostly cloudy and mild with a shower possible, lows 59-60.
H: 1:51am L: 8:02am
H: 1:54pm L: 8:14pm
Today's Record Temperatures