The forecast is easy. We stay dry all the way through the weekend. Now that a weak cold front has moved through, a light northwest wind flow brings in much drier air. As high pressure arrives, expect light wind and clear skies.
Tonight we fall into the lower 50s. At the beaches, you’ll linger in the middle or upper 50s. Communities in inland counties find lows near 50, while locations north of Highway 84 dip into the upper 40s. Expect the same thing for tomorrow night.
Tomorrow through Friday have sunshine, with highs in the middle 80s. We’ll be just a little warmer than average, in part because the dry air will allow morning temperatures to rise fast.
Another blob of cool and dry air arrives for the weekend to hold our highs in the upper 70s, both Saturday and Sunday. There are no tropical systems or threats in the Atlantic, Caribbean or Gulf.
I found some pretty smart 2nd and 3rd graders, today. I spoke at Elberta Elementary, home of the Mustangs. Not only did the kids have great questions, they were also good sports, in helping me demonstrate how weather works. We even made a hurricane in the gym. All the kids and teachers get the “Alan Sealls of Approval”. Watch video of my visit here.