Here comes the warmer temperatures. How long will they last?

Summary:

As has been hinted at for days now, the pattern has changed in the United States. Maybe you are hearing the weather headlines of the floods and heavy mountain snows in California? Well, get used to the news story as it may become the pattern for the foreseeable future! What does this mean for us? Definitely warmer temperatures, chances of rain instead of wintry weather, and some stretches of extra ordinary warmth are possible! There are always possibilities of colder air sneaking southward from Canada due to Cold Air Damming and northeasterly winds off a colder ocean that will knock us to normal or slightly below, but this winter is starting to look very mild in the foreseeable future.

Forecast:

Today: SW: 54-64 SE: 55-65 N: 50-60

Warmer! Mostly cloudy skies.

Thursday: SW: 57-67 SE: 58-68 N: 50-60

Continued Partly Sunny and very nice!

Friday: SW: 57-67 SE: 58-68 N: 55-65

Cloudier but temperatures are very warm!

Saturday: SW: 60-70 SE: 60-70 N: 55-65

Possibly the warmest day of this warm spell!

Sunday: SW: 55-65 SE: 55-65 N: 50-60

Partly to mostly cloudy with some showers possible. Continued Mild.

Monday: SW: 55-65 SE: 55-65 N: 50-60

Partly to mostly cloudy with some showers possible. Continued Mild.

Tuesday: SW: 55-65 SE: 55-65 N: 50-60

Partly to mostly cloudy with some showers possible.
Continued Mild.

Long Term:

Continued mild conditions seem to be the rule. Next Wednesday/Thursday there could be a more significant rain threat and then a slight bit cooler conditions after it, but I do not foresee any arctic air at least though that following weekend. January really could end up well above normal in temperatures.

All for now!

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