Weekly Weather Chart: Sunshine and warmer than average temperatures

Weekly Weather Chart: Sunshine and warmer than average temperatures

Weekly Weather Chart: Sunshine and warmer than average temperatures

it is delicious. Yes Yes. If I knew they were doing this every night, for 90 days. So, it’s kind of seasonal, right? Funny about seasons now. right. It doesn’t feel like the middle of winter, does it? In fact, I’ll probably suggest we grill one day this week since we have temps that will reach 60 degrees. I mean, in February, you gotta take advantage of it while you can, right? It will be warm all week. Typically, at this time of year, the normal high is around 41 degrees. So you’ll notice on most days that we’re going from ten degrees to nearly 20 degrees above where we should be. Once we reached the afternoon. Day 50, which isn’t bad. Tomorrow 48. Then check the weekend. Thursday is the day you want to turn your calendar around. If you are a golfer. Thursday, this is your day. Why don’t I say Friday? Because Friday is the only day the rain finally comes. Back at 34 degrees, we now have clear skies. North-northeast wind nine miles per hour. Make it look like 27. So, your 12 hour forecast is about freezing this morning with those clear skies. It’s kind of, you know, two sides of the same coin. Here we get wonderful afternoons with sunny skies and warm weather, but without clouds at night it gets very cold. So we’ll start every morning near freezing. Lunchtime today we’re forty-six, and then we’ll have a good time around fifty or so this afternoon. Looking at the radar, it’s calm and will stay that way for a while. High pressure remains with us for a good portion of the week. In fact, in terms of warming temperatures, we are trending above average this week, but we are still looking at some sort of change for us after Valentine’s Day. So, once we reach the middle of the month, our temperature trend will change. We won’t go up into the 60s and stay there, but at least it will be dry here for most of the week. Today, until Thursday. No obvious threat of rain or snowfall since February Today, 50 degrees, clear start. Enjoy these sunny skies and breezy conditions today. 1,015 mph winds tonight, we’ll drop to 28. Very clear and cold tonight. Then, looking at that seven-day forecast, you can see temperatures rising to 60 degrees on Thursday afternoon. Soon you will notice increased clouds. On Thursday, we expect some rain this week. Friday. This is a weather impact day and it looks like we will see rounds of rain. I think we see rain Friday morning. Let’s wake up a little in the afternoon and then come back into the evening, and maybe even a little thunder there. Friday evening. Come Saturday, the rain should go away early. We’ll be at 56 degrees and we’ll be watching for the possibility of additional rain in the sun

Enjoy several days of sunshine and temperatures that are certainly nothing like early February. We’ll have some clear and cool starts, but the afternoon will draw you outdoors. High temperatures this time of year are typically around 40 degrees, but we will be over 50-60 every afternoon this week. Overnight lows most nights will remain around the lower 30s to upper 20s. Skies will remain dry until Friday. Rain and perhaps even some thunder appear likely in the afternoon or evening. Temperatures remain mild over the weekend, but next week brings a return to a normal February feel.

Get several days of sunshine and temperatures that are not felt in early February.

We’ll have some great clear starts, but the afternoon will draw you outdoors. High temperatures this time of year are usually around 40 degrees, but we’ll be over 50-60 every afternoon this week.

Overnight lows most nights will remain around the lower 30s to upper 20s.

The sky will remain dry until Friday. Rain and perhaps even some thunder appear likely in the afternoon or evening.

Temperatures remain mild over the weekend, but next week will bring a return to normal February conditions.

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