Friday, April 12, 2013

April 13th, 2013 Forecast


Heavy showers really put a damper on the morning rush.  Luckily, trying to get home to start the weekend won't be as bad.  The main body of showers will continue to move off to the northeast, but we'll see scattered showers with fog forming.  Lows tonight in the mid-40's around the city, in the upper 30's to lower 40's to the north and west and in the mid- to upper 40's to the south and east.  Winds will start to shift from the north at 5 to 10 mph.  Tomorrow, the fog will burn off early and we'll be left with most sunny skies.  High temperatures tomorrow will range in the lower to mid-60's throughout the area.  Winds will help push the fog out as they pick up out of the west at 5 to 15 mph.


By Sunday, we're looking at much of the same as Saturday, with high's in the lower 60's.  Monday looks warmer with mostly sunny skies continuing.  High will be in the upper 60's to near 70-degrees.  Tuesday will be our day of transition, with partly sunny skies to start the day, but by the evening skies will start to cloud up.  Wednesday and Thursday see us stuck in a wet pattern, with scattered showers possible both days.  High's will be warmer on both days, into the lower 70's.  Friday might still remain unsettled, but I am leaving the precipitation chances out of it for now, with highs into the upper 60's.