Another weekend and another couple of days with beautiful weather and seasonable temperatures because after the week we’ve had where the weather has been dreary at times: we’ve got a wonderful spring weekend on tap.
Not out of the realm of possibility that areas that got some rain will wake up to a little bit of fog in the morning. Not to worry though, it will burn off quickly under wonderful mostly sunny skies.
We won’t be without clouds completely, however, as a moisture-starved shortwave low pivots through the region. Winds will get gusty ahead of it during the afternoon and we’ll see some puffy cumulus clouds develop but rain is unlikely to fall from them as we top out around 70º for a high.
We’ll clear out those skies a bit and get those winds to calm down as we aim down for around 45º for a low temperature tonight.
Sustained Saturday Niceness
More of the same visits us on Saturday, though we’ll be behind another dry cool front. But the good news is that a nice Canadian high pressure will build in behind it and allow us to keep those skies sunny!
Light northwesterly winds will keep us a bit cooler, however, with highs only reaching around 65º vs. today’s 70+º but you won’t see me complaining one bit.
With lighter winds and a lack of cloud cover to speak of, Saturday night could get a bit on the chilly side with temperatures settling just either side of the 40º mark. Keep an eye on those plants!
Sunday Lives Up to it’s Name
Have you ever wanted your Sunday to include more…sun? Well then, do I have good news for you!
We’ll keep those clouds to a minimum as temperatures stay just below average but still very comfortable in the neighborhood of 65º. After a chilly start, Sunday is going to be a wonderful day to end the weekend, not unlike the other two days. I highly encourage you to get out and enjoy it if you can!
We’ll remain cool at night, however, with temperatures around 40º under clear skies.
That just about does it for me! Follow our live weather feed @wxornotbg for the latest. Have a terrific Friday!