Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Steady as she goes.

Not warming up quite as much as once thought.  It will be pretty cold again tomorrow morning.  Just after sunrise this morning, a temperature reading at King St & Mesa on the west side bottomed out at 38.3F.  One in Scotts Valley dropped to 34.5F.  Expect some more of the same tomorrow, with it being perhaps a few degrees cooler, especially in the hills.  On the other hand, the afternoon should be quite a bit warmer.  Today many areas struggled to reach the upper 50s.  Tomorrow we could be enjoying mid 60s.  Friday should be even warmer.  Yay!  But that does not look like it will last long, as more cold air and rain drive south late this coming weekend.

More slots.

Models are not aligned on a solution for this coming week.  It looks likely that we will see another system arriving sometime on Sunday.  Suffice to say we should see some increased clouds.  And more cold air.  This air mass does look a little warmer than the one that arrived this past Monday, but by this coming Sunday we should see the daytime high drop back into the lower 60s.  This one looks drier and swifter than last week's.  Forecast will need to adjust prior to then, but right now it looks like we should see some light to moderate showers on Sunday afternoon and evening, with most of the rain clearing east by Monday morning.  Clouds and cold to start the work week, with clearing for Tuesday.  As to what happens mid week, every model and every run has a different idea.  Some keep a storm to our north, while others see us getting pounded.  Pattern stays active regardless, with the storm train just getting started.  All aboard.

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