November 2: Warm And Wet, Daily Links


Warm and somewhat muggy air made November 2 feel more like April 2…

The unusually warm weather pattern will continue tonight and tomorrow, and even into early next week, but we’ll add a better chance of showers and a few thunderstorms to the mix beginning tonight.  Scattered showers will develop after midnight, as shown here by the HRRR model’s radar simulation:

Off-and-on showers and storms will continue for much of the day on Friday:

Severe weather isn’t likely, but keep the umbrella handy.

Temperatures will only drop to the low to mid 60s tonight, and we’ll still warm up to the low to mid 70s on Friday despite the cloud cover and rainfall.

Scattered showers will still be possible on Saturday, but temperatures will be even warmer, with highs reaching the mid 70s:

We’ll top out close to 80° on Sunday with just a slight shower chance:

Sunday’s record high temperature is 82° — we’ll give it a run!

The unsettled weather pattern drops back into our neck of the woods early next week, with scattered showers and thunderstorms Monday and Tuesday, and lingering showers on Wednesday:

Take next week’s forecast with a HUGE grain of salt — the long-range forecast models have been all over the place, which is why I’m not straying too far from a 50% rain chance Monday through Wednesday.



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