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Matt's 5pm Tuesday Forecast

Matt's 5pm Tuesday Forecast

Posted: Tue Apr 24 15:26:02 PDT 2018
Updated: Tue Apr 24 15:26:02 PDT 2018

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few scattered to isolated showers are possible for the first few hours of the night. just think back to yesterday and cut, copy, paste. this is because the upper-level low that was with us yesterday is still close enough to our region that it is providing uplift and cool air aloft. both of these ingredients help support continued shower activity. as the night, progresses, this system will slowly continue slipping further eastward. this means that overnight some partial clearing of the skies is possible. a short-lived break or lull in rain chances will also occur during the overnight and last into wednesday.we'll see a little more sunshine into your wednesday. but an isolated shower cannot be ruled out, especially later in the day as another upper- level system approaches the area. highs will be in the lower to mid-70s on wednesday. then as we head into your thursday, showers become a bit more abundant with afternoon highs climbing into the mid-60s. there does also appear to still be a chance for some thunderstorms across the southern tier of our area on thursday. the most aggressive projections also suggest perhaps a very limited possibility of a severe storms mainly along or just south of the highway 82 corridor. we will continue to monitor this potential as thursday approaches, but just keep this possibility in mind if have plans for thursday mid- morning through mid- afternoon.then some showers linger into your friday. but sunshine returns by the afternoon with highs climbing to near 70. over the weekend and into early next week, sunshine returns. and temperatures warm up in a big way. temperatures reach into the lower and mid-70s on saturday, upper 70s to near 80 on sunday and mostly lower 80s on monday with sunshine. few scattered to isolated showers are possible for the first few hours of the night. just think back to yesterday and cut, copy, paste. this is because the upper-level low that was with us yesterday is still close enough to our region that it is providing uplift and cool air aloft. both of these ingredients help support continued shower activity. as the night, progresses, this system will slowly continue slipping further eastward. this means that overnight some partial clearing of the skies is possible. a short-lived break or lull in rain chances will also occur during the overnight and last into wednesday.we'll see a little more sunshine into your wednesday. but an isolated shower cannot be ruled out, especially later in the day as another upper- level system approaches the area. highs will be in the lower to mid-70s on wednesday. then as we head into your thursday, showers become a bit more abundant with afternoon highs climbing into the mid-60s. there does also appear to still be a chance for some thunderstorms across the southern tier of our area on thursday. the most aggressive projections also suggest perhaps a very limited possibility of a severe storms mainly along or just south of the highway 82 corridor. we will continue to monitor this potential as thursday approaches, but just keep this possibility in mind if have plans for thursday mid- morning through mid- afternoon.then some showers linger
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