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Clearing Out

High pressure will be the dominant influence of our weather for the next several days. The weather will remain warm and dry as all weather systems are pushed to the north. One system will almost sneak in Friday night into Saturday but will only likely result in increased clouds. The first (and likely only) to break through will be late Saturday into Sunday. This cold front will bring light to moderate rain to the region with a chance of thunderstorms. High pressure strengthens next week, blocking storms to the north once again.

Thursday: Mostly sunny with passing high clouds. Warmer, with highs mainly in the 60s.

Overnight: A few clouds and patchy fog possible. Expect lows in the 40s for most areas with a few higher inland valleys dipping into the upper 30s.


- In effect along the coastline from 3am to 9pm Friday.

-Increased risk of sneaker waves and rip currents are expected.

-Rip currents can pull swimmers and surfers out to sea. Sneaker waves can knock unsuspecting beachgoers over and into the sea.

Friday: Passing high clouds, which could be thick at times. Some sun will sneak through, however and with a warm air mass, highs will remain in the 60s for most areas.

: Saturday will be a touch cooler and cloudier and rain is likely in the north late. Rain will then spread across the region early Sunday, followed by showers & thunderstorms before clearing Sunday evening. Temps will cool close to normal, then warm early next week with the return of dry weather and high pressure.

The outlook from the Climate Prediction Center for January 30th – February 5th calls for the likelihood of ABOVE normal temperatures and BELOW normal precipitation.

El Niño/La Niña STATUS: Neutral
(Winter) Forecast: Neutral


This week's normal temperatures:
LOW: 43ºF
HIGH: 60ºF

LOW: 36ºF
HIGH: 62ºF

Local Forecast / Weather / Weather Authority

Zach McIntyre

Zach McIntyre is the morning meteorologist at KION News Channel 5/46.


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