Today will feature the beginnings of a four-day warming and drying process as the pattern changes. Today will feature lots of clouds, at least to start off, as well as cool temps. NW winds will crank up this morning and may bring enough downsloping to clear out parts of the coast but most of us will remain under the clouds as well as showers today as our low pressure system stalls out just to the east. NW winds will be very gusty with gusts to 40mph expected. Showers that are widespread this morning will become confined to the mountains by this afternoon as temps rise into the 50’s for most, low 60’s at the coast.
This week will feature progressively warmer, sunnier, and drier weather culminating with 90 degree nastiness on Thursday. A cold front will bring back some more reasonable temps for the weekend under full sun.
A special note, today brings the launch of a website I’ve been working on, weather.us. The launch is today at noon and you’ll be able to find an abundance of free weather data. Starting in the next couple of weeks, I’ll also be posting info on that site regarding weather all across America, from sea to shining sea. Be sure to check it out this afternoon!