I’m beginning to sound like a broken record, but we had mostly clear skies, above seasonal temperatures and light breezes out of the southwest, which once again set the table for a pleasant day.
We can expect these conditions to persist through the middle of the week and Monday in particular is shaping up to be a carbon copy of the last couple of days. Afternoon high temperatures into the mid 40s once again with clear blue skies dominating the outlook.
Tuesday through Thursday sees an increase in cloudiness and by Thursday night we will begin to feel the full effects of a changing weather pattern.
Temperatures will drop over the day Thursday with high values below the freezing mark. Then a big push of pacific moisture floods over the region setting the stage for some persistent snowfall overnight and on Friday.
This changing weather will have wide ranging travel impacts so be aware of the likelihood of changing road conditions later in the week if you have plans to be on the highways.