Matt - We will see more sunshine this week but not highs in the 60s

Matt's 6 p.m. forecast

Posted: Mon Jan 07 16:36:17 PST 2019
Updated: Mon Jan 07 16:38:59 PST 2019

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potential for scattered to widely scattered showers. skies will remain mostly to completely overcast this evening and winds will remain out of a southerly to southeasterly direction for much of the overnight. these two factors will work in tandem to ensure that temperatures stay mild and near the middle 50s with a few upper 50s also possibly being observed. isolated shower activity will continue through the tuesday morning. temperatures during the day will still be mild, likely into the mid-60s again. the surface front will pass through our area between mid morning and early afternoon. the passage of this feature will be accompanied by clearing skies and winds shifting out of to a more northwesterly direction. all in all, rainfall accumulation will remain well below and inch and in many cases below a quarter of an inch. a number of locations will experience either trace or no rainfall. then as we head into the night, drier air moves in with colder temperatures. this will likely leave us mostly clear and cold into wednesday morning. most areas will dip into the mid-30s. we'll be much cooler into your wednesday with mostly sunny skies and a slight northerly wind. temperatures in the afternoon climb into the upper 40s. then as we head into wednesday night and thursday morning, skies remain clear. this should drop our temperatures below freezing again. most areas will start out in the upper 20s to lower 30s. then by thursday afternoon, look for a slight increase in clouds. but temperatures remain on the chilly side. highs only reach the mid-40s. again, no rainfall is anticipated between wednesday and thursday. your friday comes with a few morning clouds and temperatures in the lower 30s in the morning. then come the additional rain chances. since temperatures will struggle to warm up much ahead of our next round of moisture, there is some slight chance that it could come in the form of a cold rain or even wintry mix. at this point, it is still far too early to call. but if things begin to shift into a more colder scenario, this is something we must consider. otherwise, we can expect a cold rain with temperatures in the lower 40s friday afternoon. expect temperatures to be a bit warmer into saturday and sunday. but the rain chances do increase a bit more. expect morning temperatures in the mid-30s both saturday and sunday mornings. then in the afternoon, highs only reach the mid-40s. so at this point, we anticipate only rainfall, mainly on saturday morning. some of this may linger into saturday afternoon and sunday morning. front will bring the potential for scattered to widely scattered showers. skies will remain mostly to completely overcast this evening and winds will remain out of a southerly to southeasterly direction for much of the overnight. these two factors will work in tandem to ensure that temperatures stay mild and near the middle 50s with a few upper 50s also possibly being observed. isolated shower activity will continue through
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