Tonight: The sky is clear with a light north wind. This sets the stage for a chilly night. Temperatures by morning are in the mid to upper 30s. Patchy frost is possible in the valleys north of Highway 20.
Wednesday: Sunshine starts the day. During the afternoon clouds gradually increase from the west as temperatures warm into the low and mid-60s. The wind remains light from the west.
Wednesday Night: A few light showers are possible otherwise mostly cloudy. The wind is light from the north with lows in the low 40s.
Thursday: A few early morning showers are possible otherwise the sky turns sunny by mid-morning and remains mostly sunny through the day. Rain totals from overnight are around 0.10” or less. The wind is bit strong with gusts to 25 mph from the north. High temperatures are in the low 60s.
Friday: Mostly sunny with a light wind as highs warm into the mid 60s.
Saturday/Sunday: The chance of rain is a little lower than previous forecast. The latest model guidance is showing the rain shifting a bit more south. This puts us with potentially more dry weather. Highs are in in the low 60s.