Increasing clouds, cooler Thursday; Early showers clearing Friday

Randolph Lopez
December 1, 2017

Temperatures rebound into the weekend, with high temperatures climbing into the mid to upper 60s Saturday and upper 60s Sunday. We will have some patchy clouds around, but some sunshine as well.

The front will trigger showers for this afternoon mainly between 2-6 pm and temperatures will fall behind the cold front. We will then await another cold front that will quickly sweep through the area later Thursday night and then offshore by early Friday. The quiet weather continues for several more days. By Wednesday highs will make it just above freezing and some spotty snow showers will be possible.

We will keep some clouds around for Friday before we clear a lot of them out by Saturday as high pressure returns and temperatures warm through the weekend. Behind this system, highs will drop 15-20 degrees by Wednesday with some indications we could get even colder than that as we go from the 70s to the 50s.

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Temperatures are milder, but not too cold. Otherwise mostly cloudy. Highs in the upper 60s. A storm will develop well off the East Coast by several hundred miles, therefore having no impact on our weather.

Today: Early sun, then increasing clouds, cooler; showers late at night.

"The driest November since 1965 keeps rolling along in the dust; the monthly rainfall deficit hit a whopping -3.70" Tuesday, but there is at least a little rain in sight! Instead, a new area of high pressure should build in and provide us with partly sunny skies both Saturday and Sunday.

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