Today will feature partly to mostly cloudy skies as a weak disturbance aloft passes overhead. Look for more seasonable temps today with highs in the mid to upper 20’s north and low to mid 30’s south. A sprinkle or two is possible but unlikely along the coast and mountain flurries are ever so slightly more likely as high pressure moves across the region.
Temps warm this week as upper level high pressure builds in. Look for highs to increase 5-10F each day starting today and ending Wednesday when temps could top 70 in the favored SW warm spots. 50’s and 60’s will be common for the rest of the region Wednesday. Temps fall slightly following the passage of a cold front Thursday and Friday but remain well above normal in the 40’s for most.
I’m officially on March break for the next two weeks and will be heading up to the mountains to ski for the next few days. I’m not quite sure what my internet situation will be for the next few days so I may not have another update until Thursday morning when I return. In the meantime, consult the NWS and local media for weather information.