Clouds hang around for our Saturday, but despite a somewhat threatening looking sky at time we will stay dry for the vast majority of the day. South winds will combat clouds and allow us to yet again warm into the middle 60s for high temperatures.
Rain chances increase starting in the late evening with a few showers possible west. Expect the onset of widespread rain around midnight. Sunday itself is going to be very wet, so umbrellas, rain boots, and ponchos are definitely a good idea. Temperatures will be in the middle 60s one last time, and it’ll occasionally be breezy.
Widespread rain amounts between 1-2” are likely, with isolated areas pushing 3”. Rain comes to a close early Monday morning, but clouds will hang tight. Much cooler air will arrive to close out 2019 as we cool off into the middle 40s, but that’s still slightly above normal.
TODAY: Cloudy, mainly dry, and warm. Near record high. High: 66. Wind: SE 5-10 mph. (Record high: 68° set in 2015)
TONIGHT: Rain approaching. Low: 57. Wind: SE 10 mph.
SUNDAY: Showers and thunderstorms. High: 66. Wind: S 10-20 mph. (Record high: 69° set in 1984)
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