Dec 11, 2009 11:58 AM by Dave Hovde
Our weather looks to be another interesting ride over the next 48 hours. We might get a break from rainfall early today, but it looks to return by the afternoon with another .25" to .75" possible. Then there will be another break Saturday morning before another potentially stronger system comes in Saturday afternoon into Sunday morning. We should see dry weather from Sunday night through much of next week.
In terms of clouds, temperature and winds. Daytime highs today look only to reach the upper 50s and low 60s. Variable to mostly cloudy skies should dominate (we could see some partly cloudy skies early before things cloud up in the afternoon and evening). Winds look to be southeast at 15-25 mph with higher gusts in the afternoon.
Temperatures will rebound potentially into the upper 60s by Tuesday and Wednesday after this unsettled weather moves past us to the east.
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