You know the drill. You’re going to be greeted with areas of fog and, generally, damp conditions when leave the house this morning.
Under clouds, temperatures are in the 60s this morning – warmer than an average January 3rd AFTERNOON. It’s quite muggy feeling. The chance of encountering a rain shower remains quite low, but isn’t zero. It’ll be damp either way.
Under a partly, to mostly, cloudy sky, temperatures warm into the low to mid-70s by noon. Afternoon high temps peak in the mid to upper 70s; once again close to a record high.
The chance of showers increases this afternoon and evening. Scattered, hit or miss, rain is expected to be the rule. The greatest chance of encountering wet weather is inland and after 3 p.m. A lull in the shower activity is expected tonight ahead of a Friday cold front.
Plan for more fog Friday morning, followed by a round of afternoon and early evening rain. A couple thunderstorms are possible, but severe weather is unlikely. High temperatures peak in the 70s Friday afternoon.
This weekend features dry weather, cooler temperatures and plenty of sunshine!
Have a wonderful day,