High pressure slipping in from the south keeping the cloud coverage away from the inland locations moving into the weekend. This will give us a chance to dry up from the rains and thunderstorms that passed just a few days ago. We will also experience quite a warming trend into next week. This trend gets kicked off today with temperatures expected to jump up 7-10 degrees warmer than what we got Thursday. So unfortunately an end to the comfortable afternoons has now arrived. The calm weather will last into the weekend.
Sunday, a low pressure feature moving east through the Gulf of Alaska will swing a weak frontal boundary in our area. This will create the opportunity for more thunderstorm activity. There is only a slight risk Sunday. Monday seems to be the strongest day. After that, high pressure moves in again. We will stay clear through the rest of the week.
Thanks for logging on and have a great weekend!
Meteorologist Seth Phillips