The first cold front has moved through and swept most cloud cover aside, leaving us with abundant sunshine and a northerly breeze. These features, plus very dry air, will establish the setting for a chilly overnight period with some of the coldest readings since last May. Winds will relax a bit, but temperatures will still fall well into the low and mid 40s away from the coast with a clear sky. We’ll maintain high amounts of sunshine Thursday which will warm afternoon temps into the 70s. However, a second cold front will be approaching late tomorrow night; there’s not enough moisture to warrant a rain chance, but continued north winds will usher in another dose of cold air, and temperatures will remain below average through the weekend.
Posted at 2:54 PM, Oct 23, 2013
and last updated 2013-10-23 14:54:00-04
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