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Matt - "Tuesday will be the warmest of the week"

Matt's 10pm Monday Forecast

Posted: Mon Oct 22 20:39:57 PDT 2018
Updated: Mon Oct 22 20:43:21 PDT 2018

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heading into this evening, temperatures will drop off quickly during the first half of the evening as cloud coverage is anticipated to remain pretty thin. overnight, however, increasing cloud coverage will slow down cooling and should limit us to the lower and middle 40s for tuesday morning lows. we'll be on the chilly side once again tuesday morning. but temperatures won't be quite as cold, thanks to a few passing high, thin clouds. we'll start out with temperatures in the mid-40s. then throughout the day, expect high, thin clouds with otherwise mostly sunny skies. temperatures reach into the upper 60s and lower 70s. we'll see clouds gradually increase even more into wednesday. temperatures start out in the mid-40s again early in the morning. then during the day, we'll climb into the mid-60s. no rainfall is expected. but as we head into your thursday, a developing area of low pressure to our south will bring showers to the region. we'll start out our day with temperatures near 50. then during the day, with abundant cloud coverage and rainfall, highs only reach the upper 50s to lower 60s. showers may linger some into your friday morning. but otherwise, we'll be partly to mostly cloudy with temperatures going from around 50 in the morning to around the lower 60s in the afternoon. we'll see additional showers move through on saturday with a system moving in from the northwest. so temperatures will again be on the cooler side, starting out in the mid-40s saturday and reaching the mid-60s in the afternoon. between thursday and early next weekend, rainfall totals will be minimal. most areas will only see 0.25" and 0.75". so whatever rainfall we do see during this time frame will be very light. as we head into sunday, we'll gradually begin to clear out with temperatures starting out in the upper 40s and reaching the mid-60s in the afternoon. will drop off quickly during the first half of the evening as cloud coverage is anticipated to remain pretty thin. overnight, however, increasing cloud coverage will slow down cooling and should limit us to the lower and middle 40s for tuesday morning lows. we'll be on the chilly side once again tuesday morning. but temperatures won't be quite as cold, thanks to a few passing high, thin clouds. we'll start out with temperatures in the mid-40s. then throughout the day, expect high, thin clouds with otherwise mostly sunny skies. temperatures reach into the upper 60s and lower 70s. we'll see clouds gradually increase even more into wednesday. temperatures start out in the mid-40s again early in the morning. then during the day, we'll climb into the mid-60s. no rainfall is expected. but as we head into your thursday, a developing area of low pressure to our south will bring showers to the region. we'll start out our day with temperatures near 50. then during the day, with abundant cloud coverage and rainfall, highs only reach the temperatures starting out in the upper 40s and reaching the mid-60s in the afternoon.
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