Good Wednesday to everyone…we are at the mid week timeframe and a mild weather pattern continues with today’s weather being the warmest of the next seven.
High pressure in place this morning has resulted in a chilly start to the day but that will all be temporary. As our high slides east, surface winds from the southwest will begin to pump warm air into the region. High’s today will top out well into the 60’s region wide with a modest cool off tonight into the 40’s
On Thursday a frontal boundary will begin to approach the region, while not strong in nature this front may have just enough to spawn a few showers tomorrow night. With the approaching front and clouds, high’s tomorrow will be in the lower 60’s.
The frontal boundary will slide east early Friday morning and at this point the daytime Friday looks nice. Temperatures will be hit the 60 degree mark in parts of the coverage area. As we get to Friday night clouds will increase once again…thanks in part to the zonal flow of the Jetstream while closer to the surface a slight northeast wind may create an in-situ wedge…something that may hold into parts of Saturday.
That’s all for your weather briefing at this time…however check back in with us later today as we take a look at some long range prognostications. Meteorological Winter officially begins on Friday and there are some interesting things in the works down the road a bit…we’ll go into more detail about that in our next briefing.
Have a great day!
Foothills Weather Network