Clear skies will prevail through Sunday morning, but enough of a breeze will “mix” the air to prevent temperatures from tumbling too quickly. Nevertheless, Sunday morning temperatures will start off in the upper 40s to low 50s.
The westerly breeze will still be around in the afternoon, limiting afternoon highs to the low 70s.
The breeze shifts to the west-northwest bringing in a quiet period to to end the weekend and start off next week!
Temperatures cooling off through next weekend
April is historically a stormy month around here, but we’ll get a nice break from ‘stormy’ weather through the next several days.
Expect a stretch of dry weather through Thursday, with light rain on the way Friday afternoon into Saturday. But accompanying the dry spell is another surge of cold air that arrives Tuesday afternoon!
This cold air express is courtesy of an upper level low that will move off the coast of New England, and the spring chill will be reinforced by a surface high that will drop south from Canada through the end of the week.
We won’t see nearly as much rain this week, but there are some opportunities for light rain. An isolated shower will be possible Tuesday morning as a front pushes through. Slightly better chances for light showers come Wednesday, and again Friday into the weekend.
This rain won’t amount to much. Rain totals for the week will range from nothing, to perhaps as much as a third of an inch.