Good Tuesday morning everyone!
It's a quiet start on VIPIR 7 Doppler Radar with a few clouds cruising our skies this morning. They'll thicken up throughout the day.
Temperatures were chilly in spots, but on average a little less chilly then what we had yesterday with most waking up in the mid 40s inland to low 50s on the coast. Southerly flow will take over today and that will pump up the moisture making it feel a bit more on the sticky side with humidity.
That will also lead to clouds increasing throughout the day today and a slight chance at a stray shower heading into the late afternoon west of Hwy79, spreading further east around or just after sunset and on into tonight.
A cold front is heading down into the south tonight and as it nears we'll see our best chance for rain tomorrow. It won't pass through until tomorrow afternoon, and we may be able to develop a few thunderstorms. However, unless you see a thunderstorm in your neighborhood, rain amounts will likely be less than a half inch.
Beyond this front the air isn't too chilly, in fact we'll likely just see our temps return to the mid 60s briefly before a rebound happens into the upcoming weekend. While temperatures will rebound, our skies will not, we'll likely see more clouds than sunshine after today and for the rest of the week.
Our upper level pattern will fall into a very unsettle one by the late week with a deep trough over the Western U.S. While hard to pin down any timing of late week rain chances right now, it does appear as though we'll have a chance at some scattered showers developing starting up Friday and throughout the weekend.
For today, skies turning mostly cloudy with highs today in the low 70s inland and upper 60s for the coast. We'll pick up a slight chance at a stray shower late today and into tonight, with better rain chances for tomorrow on your VIPIR 7 Day Forecast.