Here’s Your Latest Storm Tracker Forecast from NEWS10’s Christina Erne
Following a high temperature Saturday of 74, we see another mid-70s day on tap Sunday. These abnormally warm temperatures mean we are breaking records for the month of October:
Sunday, besides some early spots of fog around the region, skies will be clear to partly cloudy with highs in the 60s to near 76. Plenty of sunshine and winds between 5-10mph will make for a comfortable day.
Clouds build into the region late in the evening and into Monday as an area of high pressure slides off the coast and is replaced with an approaching cold front, bringing the chance of rain and high winds. Temperatures overnight Sunday night will be milder, in the 50s in some spots, feeling a touch muggy.
Monday, partly cloudy skies will give way to some areas of rain much later in the evening with temperatures reaching the low 70s in the valley yet again.
More widespread rainfall makes its way into the region by Tuesday, with steadier showers and the chance of some embedded thunder. Winds will be gusty, some locations seeing winds in excess of 45 mph. While we are not expecting to see flooding since we have been so dry so far this month, some urban locations and poor drainage areas could see minor flooding as a result of 2-3 inches of rain over the course of a few days next week.
Following the wet weather, temperatures return to the more seasonable 60s. Well down the road, we do see a blast of much cooler air work its way into the region. That break from above average temperatures is coming in a matter of weeks!
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