Cool Pattern Persists

While the mid to upper 60s were great to have around yesterday, it was tough to enjoy the warmth with the wind gusting over 30mph.  In fact, if you tried to enjoy lunch outside, you needed a boulder to hold down that napkin from blowing away.

A few scattered showers did move through overnight with a cool front and today, we’re on the other side of that front.  Temps this afternoon hold in the lower to middle 50s and with the wind gusting over 25mph, it’ll be a chilly April day overall.  More clouds tend to mix in with the sunshine midday, and an afternoon passing sprinkle or stray shower can’t be ruled out.  It won’t be enough rain to cancel practice or baseball games this afternoon.  It’s also not enough rain to knock down the pollen counts, they remain high today and will remain high through the weekend.

There will continue to be just a touch of instability on Friday, through the weekend, and that’ll allow for an isolated afternoon shower to pop once and a while, but overall, expect many more dry hours than wet to end the week and head into the weekend.  Temps remain in the mid to upper 50s for highs.

Next week… it starts rather cool again with a few showers Monday and more numerous showers and an onshore breeze Tuesday.

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