Yesterday’s weak cold front managed to decrease temperatures a little today. Rather than having highs in the upper 70s, we only peaked out at 69 degrees today. This dip in temperatures will only be temporary.
After a chilly start to the day warmer temperatures will creep back in Friday afternoon. Temperatures will safely be in the 70s for Friday under mostly sunny skies with northwest winds around 10 to 15 mph. We’ll stay mild Friday night with temperatures only falling to the mid-60s by 7 PM and the low 50s for an overnight low temperature.
Saturday an additional cold front will pass through our area. However, this front will be harder to detect than the last. Cooler air will be slow to arrive and temperatures will soar into the upper 70s with some spots hitting 80. Temperatures will run a little cooler on Sunday, but it will remain bright and plenty warm to enjoy the outdoors.
This nice and warm fall weather will continue into the start of your work week. The remnants of what is now Hurricane Norma in the East Pacific may contribute to rain chances Tuesday into Wednesday with rain chances continuing to pick up as the week progresses. Still no sign of a widespread first freeze through next week. But, there are hints that colder weather could return just ahead of Halloween.