September 18, 2018                       6:26 PM

        Skies will continue to clear out from northwest to southeast for tonight as a cold front clears the coast line. A canadian high pressure ridge will keep us on the cooler side of seasonable for the next couple day with sunshine and highs in the 60s and 70s. An area of low pressure passing well to our northwest will lift a warm front across our area on Friday, with an evntual cold front moving through on Saturday. Generally dry and warmer weather is expected Friday, but cloud cover will be more abundant. A few widely scattered showers Friday night will yield to increasing sunshine once again for Saturday as the cold front boundary stalls offshore to our south. Temperatures won't exceed the upper 60s sunday and Monday under partial sunshine. Tuesday, a warm front lifting north will lead to a more seasonable airmass with a rising shower threat late in the day.


Meteorologist Ryan Gallagher