As we get ready to flip the calendar from April to May, we’ve actually got a rather nice weekend coming up.
Low pressure will continue to meander around east of the the region into Saturday while high pressure builds in from the west. We’ll be stuck in the middle with patches of clouds, gusty winds, (especially on Friday) and relatively cool temperatures. By Sunday, the low is far enough to the east to allow the high to take control, meaning sunshine and milder temperatures. However, don’t get too used to it. Another system will start to approach on Monday. We’ll see clouds streaming in, but for now at least, it looks like the day should remain dry, with any rain likely holding off until evening or at night.
Thursday night: Clear and chilly. Low 30-37.
Friday: Morning sun, afternoon clouds, breezy. High 49-56.
Friday night: Clear to partly cloudy. Low 33-40.
Saturday: Partly sunny. High 52-59.
Saturday night: Clear skies. Low 34-41.
Sunday: Plenty of sunshine. High 61-68, a little cooler right at the coast.
Sunday night: Clear during the evening, clouds start to filter in late at night. Low 37-44.
Monday: Increasing and thickening clouds. High 57-64.