Weak high pressure is now moving in from the West. Say goodbye to those cooler temperatures! More spring or “almost summer” like temperatures are now in place. Clear skies are going to help warm up the afternoons through the weekend. The upper 70’s and low 80’s are expected for all inland areas. Along the Coast highs will approach 70 Friday, before dropping to the lower 60’s through this Father’s Day Weekend. Isolated thunderstorms may develop in the mountains Saturday, but mainly Sunday, afternoon. The weather will cooperate elsewhere and other areas will remain dry.
A longwave trough will begin inching it’s way towards the Coastline come next week. Unseasonably cool temperatures are then going to move back into the region. This will bring a chance for isolated showers across the viewing area but most of them don’t seem to be amounting to all that much as of right now. It’s possible a heavier shower could pass through the higher terrain. Most of the shower activity looks to be confined to Tuesday & Wednesday.
For now, we are dry with abundant sun through the weekend. Expect high clouds to begin rolling in for the start of next week.
Have a great Father’s Day!
Meteorologist Alyssa Caroprese