Cam’s Weather Vlog for 04/04/13

April 4th, 2013 at 10:32 am by under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog

WLFI Video Blog Entry April 4, 2013

Our skies will remain partly cloudy through this morning, by this afternoon however, rapidly falling humidity will erode our cloud cover and eventually leave us with mainly clear skies. The dry, sunny conditions will warm us up into the mid to upper 50s throughout the viewing area. While southerly winds will keep temperatures about 10° warmer than what we saw yesterday, a cold front will arrive overnight and shift our winds back to the north. Even with those northerly winds, temperatures will be slightly warmer tomorrow, continuing the warming trend that began on Tuesday. Expect high temperatures in the low 60s on Friday. The first of four low pressure systems that will move through the region over the next week will arrive late Saturday night. Scattered rainfall will be possible starting late Saturday and lasting through Sunday. Heavier, more sustained rainfall is expected to move in with the second and third lows on Monday and Tuesday. The latest forecast models also depicting some decent convective activity for both of those days, so don’t be surprised if there’s a few stronger thunderstorms mixed in with the showers. Afternoon highs will linger in the mid to low 60s until that fourth low moves in. Temperatures are expected to fall into the upper 30s By Wednesday night, and if the long range models hold, afternoon highs may only top out in the mid to upper 40s for next Thursday.

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