Patchy frost is likely Monday morning
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Weather Update: 10:00 PM Sunday
Tonight we will be able to see the Supermoon. This is the closest to Earth the moon has been since January 1948! We will have crisp and clear skies to view the moon! It’ll appear 14% bigger in the sky and illuminate up to 30% brighter than normal. Temperatures by morning will be back into the mid 30s with the chance for some patchy frost before 8:00 AM.
Monday afternoon will be another warm day. Afternoon highs reach slightly above average and go into the mid and upper 60s. This warming trend has us knocking on the door to 70 degrees this week. There will be a weak upper lever disturbance that will lead to a mix of sun and clouds throughout the afternoon. This also brings a minimal, less than 10% chance for a stray shower overnight Monday into Tuesday.
By the middle of the week temps are expected to soar back into the low to mid 70s. It’ll feel much hotter than fall through this week. A strong cold front will start to apraoch the area by Friday afternoon and evening. This frontal system will bring a better chance for rain throughout the area but it still looks to be a broken scattered line of showers. This will also drastically drop our temperatures for next weekend.
We could see a twenty degree drop from Friday afternoon to Saturday afternoon with temps forecast to sit in the 50s both days next weekend.
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