Holiday Weekend Closing in — Weather Outlook

With the holiday weekend right around the corner, weather will be such an important player.

We start with tomorrow.  Clouds will be rolling in and generally increasing, although some sunshine is possible from time to time.  Rain will likely hold off for all of us except for our far western counties, where a shower or two are possible before nightfall.

Highs tomorrow will be in the 50s, as a southerly wind gets established through the day.

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If you’re traveling for the holidays by car tomorrow, know that if you head westward you’ll probably run into some rain.  Hopefully your windshield wipers are in good working condition.

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Tomorrow night, rain will move in and increase in intensity rather quickly.  Take a look at how soggy the overnight appears…along with Saturday.  On Saturday, rain will be most widespread during the morning.  It should become more patchy in nature by mid afternoon.

On Sunday, much of the rain from Saturday will have passed well to the north, allowing clouds to part some during the late afternoon.  That’ll allow temperatures to soar through the 60s.  This will likely go down in the record books as one of the warmest Christmases in history for the Mid State!  Here’s a look at our mildest in recorded history:

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This is what I’m anticipating for this Sunday…

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There’s much more to tell and show regarding our weather for the next week.  I’ll do that on Channel 4 News, after the game.

DT

 

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