SATURDAY WILL BE MOSTLY SUNNY WITH HIGHS IN THE UPPER 60S TO NEAR 70. A COLD FRONT WILL MOVE IN LATER SATURDAY EVENING. THERE WILL BE VERY LITTLE MOISTURE IN THE ATMOSPHERE, BUT A FEW ISOLATED SHOWERS WILL BE POSSIBLE. CLOUDS WILL INCREASE THROUGH THE EVENING. TEMPERATURES WILL ONLY FALL INTO THE UPPER 40S, THANKS
ARRIVES, STORMS WILL BEGIN TO FIRE UP ALONG THE BOUNDARY AFTER 2 P.M. THERE IS A RISK FOR A FEW STRONG STORMS ALONG THIS BOUNDARY ACROSS THE FAR SOUTHERN PART OF THE STATE, BUT THE PRIMARY RISK FOR MOST OF CENTRAL INDIANA TODAY WILL BE POCKETS OF HEAVY RAIN AND LIGHTNING IMPACTING OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES. ELECTRONIC
TODAY WON’T BE TOO DIFFERENT FROM PREVIOUS DAYS. HIGHS WILL BE IN THE LOW 90S WITH PARTLY SUNNY SKIES AND A 30 PERCENT CHANCE OF RAIN. LOWS WILL BE IN THE MID 70S. BEACH CONDITIONS LOOK GREAT, AND EVENING PLANS LOOK MOSTLY FINE WITH JUST A STRAY DOWNPOUR OR TWO.
CINDY: WE ARE TRACKING A STORM HERE MOVING ACROSS NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND. SNOW TO THE NORTH. YOU ARE GETTING HEAVY RAIN AHEAD OF THE TEMPERATURE DROPPED BEHIND IT. WE GO FROM THE 50’S THIS MORNING DOWN INTO THE TEENS AND 20’S BEHIND THE FRONT. EXPECT A SHARP DROP IN THE TEMPERATURES HERE LATER IN THE
it’s very difficult to find the right clothes to wear as the fluctuations in temperature are huge these days right and the air feels different as soon as the Sun sets for more details let’s turn to our Michelle park at the Weather Center Michelle the nation stayed under clear skies with fine dust concentration
Northwest California is headed into a stormy pattern beginning on Thursday as a series of storm systems move through the region. This satellite loop shows the stream of moisture aiming toward Northwest California as the first strong system approaches. The primary concerns Thursday through this weekend will be heavy rainfall, particularly Thursday and Saturday, with
We’ve got freezing temperatures and snow headed our way. Will you be affected? Listen on to find out! Welcome to the latest weather briefing brought to you by the National Weather Service in Las Vegas. I’m Meteorologist Reid Wolcott. Let’s dive right in. Over the next couple days temperatures will remain above normal with just
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DRY, COOL WEATHER CONTINUES TODAY WITH LOW HUMIDITY AND ABUNDANT SUNSHINE. HIGHS WILL BE COOL IN THE UPPER 60S. WINDS FROM THE NORTHWEST AT 10 – 15 MPH. OVERNIGHT LOWS WILL BE IN THE MID 40S. RAIN CHANCES AREN’T THAT HIGH IN THE 7-DAY. DRY WEATHER WILL BE A CONSTANT, WITH THE DIFFERENCES BEING IN
NOW, KSBW WEATHER WITH CHIEF METEOROLOGIST LEE SOLOMON. LEE: COOL AND BREEZY THIS AFTERNOON, TEMPERATURES UP, MOSTLY 60’S TO AROUND 70. PRETTY NICE AT THE COAST, 71 FOR SANTA CRUZ, 60 SIX IN WATSONVILLE. IT IS THE INLAND AREAS WHERE YOU SAW THE BIG PURCHASE FROM NORMAL. MONTEREY SEASIDE AND MARINA, THE WIND COMING IN