Patrick Rockey’s Live VIPIR Forecast
The sunshine is a sight for sore eyes. And we should see plenty of it over the next few days. However, we are tracking a slight chance for a few showers.
Wednesday will be dry and mild. After some patchy morning fog we expect lots of sunshine for the first part of the day. And an approaching cold front will bring an increase in clouds in the afternoon, but we should stay dry during the day. Expect high temperatures in the low-to-mid 60s.
That cold front will fizzle out Wednesday night and early Thursday. But it will bring us a slight (25%) chance for a few showers during the first part of the day. Skies will clear some in the afternoon. We’re looking at highs in the mid 60s on Thursday.
Friday brings even milder, even sunnier weather. We will enjoy high temperatures in the upper 60s and lower 70s.
And the fantastic weather continues into the weekend. We will see the Mercury climb to near 70 on Saturday with lots of sunshine.
Sunday will also be very mild with highs in the lower 70s. However, late in the day we do expect an increase in clouds and a slight chance for some showers as a cold front approaches the area.
That cold front will bring us a good chance for showers on Monday, and temperatures back in the 50s by Tuesday.
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