It was a beautiful start to the week…lots of sunshine and mild…the afternoon high reached 57 degrees. Clouds have started to move in and that made for a beautiful sunset.
Those clouds are in advance of the next rain making system moving in just in time for Valentines Day tomorrow, so make sure you have the umbrella with you tomorrow. It will be chilly too.
The latest model run is bringing a few showers in the morning, with some heavier rain in the evening. The rain should move out early on Wednesday but as the temperatures drop there is a possible winter mix mainly for the higher elevations. The sky will clear during the afternoon.
A clearer sky is a part of the forecast for the Thursday and Friday, thanks to a Pacific High Pressure System. The temperatures will also be on the rise.
Looking beyond the 4 Day forecast, the weekend looks even warmer with a few showers.
On a side note for tonight, the International Space Station will fly by at 7:06pm. This reach a maximum height of 46 degrees and last 2 minutes. It will appear in the NW sky and disappear in the NNW sky. A better pass is schedule for Thursday at 6:05 PM. I ‘ll remind.
Join me tonight on Channel 4 News at 10pm for a weather update.