[su_note note_color=”#defcdc”]Update Fri 11 PM: Tonight’s NAM and GFS have moved the rain start time to 3- 6 PM on Sunday.[/su_note]
An upper air ridge will continue to bring us mild temperatures. The upper ridge will break down as low pressure approaches and moves up through the Great Lakes from Sunday into Monday. A secondary coastal low will develop on Monday
Saturday will be sunny in the morning, but throughout the day, high cirrus clouds will increase in sky coverage. High 54. Light winds.
Low pressure will gradually affect our weather on Sunday. Sunday will be cloudy and increasingly windy. As discussed in previous posts, rain should hold off until late afternoon and evening. (5-7 PM). High 52.
The rain should become heavy late Sunday night and continue into Monday. Monday was expected to be very warm with temps near 60º, but the models are suggesting a coastal low formation which may bring winds in from the northeast, lowering the high temperatures.