The rain chance will be the highest of the year on Sunday as a strong cold front moves through the area and cools things off for the Federal holiday Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. day on Monday. Until then
The cold fronts which have made their way through our area have not been all that impressive in terms of cold air behind them. We are running well above average for the last couple of weeks and it looks like that will continue through next week.
After a chilly start Tuesday morning temperatures warmed up quickly into the mid 70′s for everyone and turned out to be a really nice afternoon. Wednesday morning look for mostly fair skies to start the day and
We will continue to see high pressure stay in control but it will slip to the east slightly and we will see winds switch around to the SE at 10-15 mph. This will bring in some slightly higher humidity which will make it feel a bit warmer during the afternoon. Temperatures will reach into the upper 70s at