Thursday is truly a fabulous day - when it comes to the weather. Temperatures in the low 70's, a few clouds, low humidity - what more could you ask for?!
I guess...for it to last - since it won't.
By tomorrow the front sags to our south thanks to high pressure moving into New England. This puts us in the 'colder' zone of air, bringing our Friday high temperatures back down into the 50's. Expect a damp, dreary day Friday, with a few possible breaks in the clouds after lunch.
The rain moves out Saturday afternoon, giving way to partly cloudy skies that should stay with us through Sunday evening. As the front moves back north Saturday night, southerly winds kick up again, bringing our Sunday high temperatures near 80 degrees. This burst of heat and humidity ahead of Monday's cold front puts us in prime position for severe weather Monday afternoon.
Between Sunday & Monday, we're going to see extremely active severe weather. However, for Valley residents, Monday is the day to watch out for.
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