Most areas away from the coast experienced clearing and sunshine today, allowing temperatures to rebound to close to average levels in the 60s. We’ll have areas of clear sky for the early parts of the night, then, as winds become east and southeasterly in the next 24 hours, we’ll see clouds coming back during the weekend. It’s unlikely to have the same type of overcast situation Saturday, as the air mass will be milder than earlier, but the sun may be blocked by passing cloud cover. Rain chances are zero for Saturday, but as moisture accumulates and a cold front approaches by late Sunday, an isolated shower can’t be ruled out for interior and western areas. The highest potential for showers or a thunderstorm waits for Monday. Until then, lows will reach the 40s tonight, with afternoon highs cracking past 70°. Sunday morning will feature clouds and fog with 50s for lows, and another round of 70s for highs in the daytime.
Posted at 4:14 PM, Dec 14, 2012
and last updated 2012-12-14 16:14:00-05
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