Valentine's Day Forecast

Good Wednesday morning everyone!

It's a quiet start on VIPIR 7 Doppler Radar, but we're once again cloudy with some fog developing. It could thicken up for the first hour of sunrise, but conditions will improve a bit through the morning.

Temps are starting out in the upper 50s inland and low 60s on the coast. We'll have another spring-like afternoon, but may not be as warm.

It'll be tough to clear up our skies completely like yesterday, but we won't have to worry about any rain. The presence of a little more cloud cover through our skies today will pull back some of the mid to upper 70s we saw yesterday. Yet we'll still manage to be quite nice near 70 degrees or a few degrees warmer than that this afternoon inland.

Skies will remain partly sunny to finish off the rest of the work week as we watch for another front to head south late Friday into Saturday. Although, Thursday afternoon down along the coast will be interesting to watch as we may develop a marine layer, or low level cloud/fog deck, that could be tough to break up. But that extra sunshine away from the coast in the afternoon's Thursday and Friday will lead toward very warm temps! Highs tomorrow will approach 80 degrees inland, and we may even reach the low 80s on Friday north of the bays.

As for the cold front heading our way Friday into Saturday, rain chances look very weak with this system, and we won't see a cool down behind the frontal boundary either. highs this weekend will stay in the upper 70s, near 80 inland.

Bottom Line...
For today, mostly to partly cloudy skies with highs near 70 on the coast to low 70s inland. Your VIPIR 7 Doppler Radar will feature a warm up over the next couple days, especially inland where highs will push the 80s to finish off the work week.