Jim’s Forecast: Sunny skies; Chilly start to mild afternoon
Despite a dry front passing through late Thursday afternoon, highs will reach the 60s
A dry cold front will pass through around sunset, but not before highs reach the 60s Thursday afternoon under sunny skies. Winds will be westerly and then become northerly late in the day. High pressure will build over the area late Thursday into Friday, helping to steer an area of low pressure south of us over the weekend.
Friday through Sunday
High pressure will anchor itself to our west through the weekend, helping to steer an area of low pressure well south of us over the weekend. A stretch of needed dry weather along with cooler air will be the norm through the period. Highs will top out around 50° all three days with lows in the 30s. A few frosty sunrises are likely for inland areas.
High pressure will move from overhead to offshore from early to midweek. As the high moves offshore our winds will turn southerly from Tuesday onward with climbing temps most of the week. Highs in the mid 50s Monday will climb about 5° each day, with low 70s on tap by Thursday. Skies will continue to stay sunny through at least Wednesday with increasing clouds late in the week. Overnight lows near 30° Monday morning will bottom out around 50° by Thursday night into Friday morning.