Image: Bird of Paradise Depicting Our weather ...PARADISE
I didn't post yesterday as there really isn't much to blog about. All of the active weather will be in the Corn Belt and perhaps the Central Plains states during the next 24 hours
SYNOPSIS: Short wave high pressure to pass over head today in the wake of a cold front that went through overnight.
Drier and cooler air is filtering in behind the front. The high pressure will stretch east/west across the state and be in the vicinity at the surface and aloft for quite a few days in the near future.
TODAY: A few high cirrus clouds and very widely stratocumulus clouds. North wind to start the day will go near calm and become light from the Northeast by afternoon. High temperature to peak at about 78 degrees by 3pm but might be tempered down a bit right along the coast as the winds gain their onshore component off the ocean. All in all a very pleasant day for sunning, fishing, or any out door activities.
TONIGHT: A few high cirrus clouds and a tad cool with a low in the upper 60s along the coast and low 60s inland. Near calm wind by the time we're ready for a beautiful sunrise.
THURSDAY AND BEYOND: No rain in sight out to Day 10...at least at this time that's how it looks. High pressure will shift further east resulting in SE winds and warmer temperatures. Partly cloudy days and nights and gradually becoming more humid with time, but all in all very uneventful. ENJOY!