If you are counting, today is the 9th consecutive day of precipitation-free conditions!
The strong ridge will start to break down Wednesday night.
Watch Melissa’s forecast:
Today is going to be the warmest as some of us make a run for 70F!
The majority of our neighborhoods will peak in the 65-70F degree range around 2-3pm.
The last dry day will be Wednesday with high temperatures hovering in the middle 60s, cooler for the coast.
Clouds will thicken by Wednesday evening and a few showers will arrive by Thursday morning.
A cold front to our west will carry and pick-up additional moisture from Subtropical Sean, which will lead to heavy periods of rain from late-day Thursday through early Thursday night.
Both the NAM and GFSx are showing potential for 1-2″ of rain for backyards located within the 495 corridor.
Lingering early morning showers will make way for increasing sunshine along with gusty winds due to cold air advection/tight pressure gradient.
High temps will be in the lower 50s.
We will have sunshine on both days. High temps will be in the lower 50s on Saturday. Sunday will be warmer in the upper 50s.
***Full ‘Frost’ Moon is this Thursday, November 10.