Unseasonably warm for most of the week

Current Record Highs Through Friday

Spring-like temperatures should continue for the remainder of the week and even into the weekend. We will also be on Record Watch as temperatures could come close to Record High levels. Along with the warmth will also be some showers at times.

RECORD HIGH WATCH

Record High temperatures are possible Wednesday through Friday even with the chance of showers scattered showers at times. Here are the current Records:

Wednesday: 74 (1922)

Thursday: 77 (1980)

Friday: 78 (2012)

SCATTERED SHOWER CHANCES

The slow approach of a cold front from the west should gradually increase shower chances starting Wednesday and Thursday. The chance for showers & t-showers Wednesday does not appear to be the all day variety. Instead, mainly scattered at times. Otherwise, another very warm day with afternoon highs in the low/mid 70s under a partly to mostly cloudy sky.

Same applies for Thursday. While not the all day variety of rain, there could be some scattered showers/t-showers from time to time. Otherwise, cloudy to partly cloudy and still unseasonably warm.

STILL VERY WARM FRIDAY

By Friday, we could get another break in the showers as the cold front for Thursday moves back to the north as a warm front. Therefore, it looks like we could have a mix of clouds and sun with temperatures again near record levels in the mid/upper 70s.

WEEKEND SHOWERS

The stalled front to our north should move back our way Saturday and into Sunday. This means an increasing chance for showers and t-showers yet again. There is the possibility that the showers could move out by Sunday Morning. But, we will be keeping an eye on those trends in the days ahead. It still looks warm Saturday with highs near 70 and mainly 60s Sunday.

NO CHILLS JUST YET.....

Above average temperatures should stick around through the first few days of March. But, as we all know, March is typically a month with wild swings in temperature. So, don't put away those winter coats just yet, some chilly temperatures could still return. As always, we'll keep you updated on when that could occur.

David Glenn


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