Saturday will be mostly sunny with a light winds before low pressure approaches during the evening hours. High 49.
As a low pressure system approaches from the west, clouds move in during the late afternoon. Rain starts between 10pm and midnight.
Sunday starts rainy, moderately heavy at times in the very early morning. Rain tapers and ends mid-morning. It’s uncertain whether clouds will fully break for sun in the afternoon. Mild. High 60. (GFS and NBM)
As was the case a few weeks ago, the NAM shows lower temps for Sunday and has the high only in the low to mid 50s on Sunday.
A weak cold front moves through early Sunday evening with widely scattered showers.
Forecast Update Fri 12 Nooon
For Fri afternoon- snow flurries. QPF ranges from 0.00 to 0.02 inches water. Not sure why the roads are being brined out here. Temps expected well above freezing.
This morning’s models have speeded up the exit of the rain for Sunday. It now looks like the rain will be over mid-morning Sunday.
Here are the important trends: the well-advertised rain moves in later on Saturday night
and departs a bit later on Sunday afternoon.
Following the clipper type disturbance that moves through Friday afternoon, high pressure builds in on Saturday.
Saturday starts sunny with a light winds before low pressure approaches.
As a low pressure system approaches from the west, high clouds move in early afternoon Saturday and slowly thicken during the late afternoon. Winds become easterly. Rain about midnight. High 47.
Sunday starts rainy, moderately heavy at times in the early morning. Rain tapers and ends
about noon-2 PM. Mid-morning. Some clearing of clouds possible, some sun possible. Mild. High 61. (GFS and NBM)
As was the case a few weeks ago, the NAM shows lower temps and has the high only in the low to mid 50s. on Sunday.
I’ll update later tonight with newer model runs.