Posted: Feb 4, 2014 5:37 AM by Meteorologist Josh Eachus
A warm front has pushed through the area resulting in morning fog, rising temperatures, returning humidity, clouds and scattered rain showers for us. With extended breaks in the precipitation, our thermometers will once again have a chance to eclipse the 70° mark today, however most should remain in the upper 60s due to cloud cover. Then, a cold front will cross the area in the latter half of the day with more rain. Given sufficient heating, the upper level dynamics are available for a few thunderstorms to develop as well. Gusty winds will be possible with any storms. Behind this front, conditions will mirror Monday Morning. Expect rapidly ending precipitation, some clearing and temperatures to fall back below average as winds become northerly.
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