We are still looking good on the warm side of things through even Saturday. The cooler, west wind doesn’t really kick in until the evening...so if any sun breaks can take place Saturday, temperatures can still jump into the 60s. Of course that would mean a stronger period of wind gusts as well with the mixing of air. As far as the rainfall side, it still looks patchy overall with amounts far from the heavy side. We have been dry lately so hopefully we’ll get at least some to add to the bucket.
Sunday looks fairly “blah” right now with clouds and temps in the 40s.
The southern wave for Monday is STILL there. The same issues are at play when it comes to how intense that wave can become and if it will remain progressive/east or a tad slower and trend north. Either way, it is too early to get much more specific that what I already have on this one. It needs more time in the oven.
And we should discard the mid-week wave as that one could arrive fast enough in the mean flow to actually spit out some light snow. Timing the main issue on that as far as any impacts.
The pattern remains busy into the Christmas holiday but way too early to pinpoint the thermals on any of these systems but rain is more likely than snow at this point.
Here is today’s video!