|Nice weather and moderate swell was the name of the game this past week.|
Tuesday colder air moves in, as the high pressure shifts west, and frigid flow begins from the north. This should allow a storm system to swing by to our east. How far east is still up in the air, but the up shot is by Wednesday, we will see highs back down in the upper 50s, and lows dropping into the 30s. There is also a chance of rain coming with this thing. NOAA gives it a 30% chance early Wednesday morning. GFS keeps it north longer, and allows it to slip inside late Wednesday into Thursday, with us getting barely measurable precipitation. So, yeah, a chance of rain coming, but nothing to get prepped for. After that, we look dry through at least Christmas Eve (or next Sunday).
We should warm a bit on the back side of the storm, but don't expect much. Low 60s, sun and fair days through the rest of the work week. Nights are cool in the upper 30s for a few nights. Feels like winter. I'll keep an eye on this week's mini storm and up date as it forms. Sunsets are still wonderful almost every night. Go get some.