Been busy traveling into the dead zone of no internet connectivity. I feel lucky. But, I'm back. At least for a little while. It looks like we will have two more days of rain, and then high pressure is to return. With it being mid March, we could see some significant warming in the coming week. For now, we are grey, and wet. Not much rain expected during the day today. What does come, will show up later, and into the evening. Showery during the day, with a increased chance of rain overnight. A cooler airmass has set in. Today we will not get out of the 50s. Tonight will drop into the upper 40s. More of the same on Sunday, but with more rain. In fact, the rain coming in Sunday night looks pretty wild, with winds back up on the increase.
Rain will persist through early Monday morning, making that commute into work tricky. Things will subside fairly quickly by late morning. When all is tallied, we could see and inch and half of rain fall in town. Add that to the that fell since .8" Wednesday, and we are in the ball park of two plus inches for this part of the storm cycle. No real change to the drought conditions thus far into March, and with a dry period looming ahead of us, not expect much to change for the better.
Daytime highs will climb into the upper 60s by mid week. A clear sky will allow for a few crisp mornings into the mid 40s. Then that spring airmass warms with nighty lows of about 50F and daytime highs in the low to mid 70s. Until the next storm.