FROM STORM TEAM 3 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST KRIS ALLRED…
NEAR-RECORD WARMTH THROUGH SATURDAY BEFORE COOLER AIR ARRIVES SUNDAY
TONIGHT: A mainly clear sky with areas of fog. Look for lows in the upper 50s.
SATURDAY: Morning sunshine fades behind clouds as a cold front approaches. A gusty west-southwest wind ahead of it will once again allow temperatures to soar to near-record levels in the lower 80s. As the front moves through, a brief shower is possible, but most of us should stay dry. The record high for February 25th is 82 set in 1985.
SATURDAY NIGHT: It will turn much, much cooler with temperatures dropping to the lower 40s under clear skies.
SUNDAY: Significantly cooler, but likely still above average. A cold front will deliver cooler Canadian air. Expect lots of sunshine, but highs in the upper 60s.
NEXT WEEK: March looks to come in like a lamb, not a lion! More 80+ temperatures to kick off the new month. Rain chances will also make a comeback.
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