Saturday, February 14, 2009

Drier weather in the near future

We still have another disturbance to our west that will take advantage of the remaining moisture in our atmosphere and produce some showers throughout our region tonight. The boundary is expected to exit east before Noon tomorrow, which can easily allow temps to touch 60 as the sun will make it's appearance. Otherwise, Sunday night into Monday night we will be drastically dry compared to these last few days.

The biggest weather story of the week will be the midweek cold front passage. This front will begin to develop along the West Coast tomorrow and make a loud impression across the U.S. between tomorrow and Wednesday. I'm in the early stages of studying the weather scene on Wednesday because this frontal system could have severe weather characteristics. I'll keep you updated... Thanks for reading! -Tanner Cade

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