It’s Veterans Day! Thank you to our men and women who have served our country, are serving our country, and will serve our country.
A few leftover showers will give way to brighter skies this Veterans Day afternoon.
Watch Melissa’s forecast:
The ‘winds of change’ in the wake of the cold front will be gusting up to 35 mph from the west-northwest.
The mercury isn’t heading as high today as we hover near 50F.
A few pieces of upper level energy will provide clouds on Saturday and Sunday.
However, both days will mainly be partly cloudy with highs in the middle 50s on Saturday and near 60F on Sunday.
Models solutions start to diverge early to midweek next week.
The EURO has consistenly shown a cold front stalling to our north on Monday and a stronger ridge in place on Monday and early Tuesday which would mean dry weather and warm temperatures.
Then, the EURO shows a cold front moving through late- Tuesday.
However, the GFSx actually has a weaker ridge which allows the cold front to slip through on Monday.
This would producec a few showers/lots of clouds.
The GFSx also depicts an upper level trough on Tuesday producing clouds.
Due to the accuracy this Autumn via the EURO, I have chosen to keep mostly cloudy skies in the forecast for Monday, a chance of rain on Tuesday, and cleraing conditions on Wednesday.
Have a fantastic weekend!