Good Wednesday morning everyone!
We have a few scattered showers showing up on VIPIR7 Doppler Radar. They're fairly small and light in nature, but you may want to grab the umbrella anyhow as we'll see more passing through our skies today. Otherwise, temps are fairly mild once again and quite muggy out starting in the upper 60s.
But we don't have the thick fog for the morning drive! Instead skies are relatively overcast as winds are picking up this morning. And it's those winds that are helping to keep the atmosphere a bit more mixed at the surface preventing the thick fog from developing.
We'll have a breezy day today with south southwest winds gusting up to 25mph at times. Winds are ramping up as a frontal boundary will be passing through later on today.
We have enough of a buoyant air mass in place with the warm and humid air mass coming in from the south plus lift from this frontal system to develop a few scattered showers throughout the day. The front will pass through late in the afternoon and into the evening, but don't expect any colder air on the back side. We'll see our morning temps drop several degrees starting out near 60 tomorrow, but highs will remain in the 70s.
Another cold front is poised to pass through during the weekend. We'll get a bout of rain on Sunday, and a much colder air to move in for Christmas where highs will only be in the 50s!
For today, mainly cloudy skies with a few passing showers. Highs today will reach the mid 70s. Your VIPIR7 Day forecast will keep us pretty mild in the 70s for the rest of the work week with a big cold blast moving in on Christmas Eve.