Monday, September 16, 2019

Monday, September 16th, 2019

Showery Monday, Steadier Rains Back Tues PM – Wed | By: Eric McCormick

Steadier rains of Sunday evening and night have dwindled down to scattered showers early this Monday morning. Partly to mostly cloudy skies are also in place, with isolated fog in spots. Temperatures are near 50° inland to near the upper 50s at the coast. Winds are light this morning.

We anticipate plenty of passing showers throughout the day today, with isolated thunder rumbles not out of the question. Partly cloudy skies with sun peeks will be around outside of the raindrops. Temperatures will climb into the mid/upper 60s at the coast to the low/mid 70s inland.

Tonight, passing clouds will continue to hang around, with isolated fog likely. Rain chances themselves will be very isolated tonight through the start of our day on Tuesday, but the reprieve will be short lived.

Another fairly potent September storm system arrives for the second half of Tuesday and lasts into Wednesday. Rain (and isolated storm) chances will ramp back up quickly tomorrow with time, after a quiet and mild morning. Rain chances at the coast ramp up any time after 12pm in earnest, with slightly delayed arrival times further inland. Winds from the southwest will also become breezy to gusty at times tomorrow, especially at the coast and our high elevation favored terrain. Gusts above 30mph at times are possible.

Rain chances remain high Tuesday overnight and Wednesday, with mostly cloudy conditions likely. Wednesday temperatures across the entire area will be held cool, thanks to the clouds and showers.

Showers will slowly diminish Wednesday night, and drier & quieter weather arrives for Thursday through the start of the weekend. High pressure looks to develop across parts of California, with sunshine chances increasing, and inland temperatures climbing back up into the 80s by Thursday.

The upcoming weekend looks dry and fairly pleasant right now, with temperatures right around our seasonal averages (mid 60s coast / low to mid 80s inland).

Have a great start to the week, and thanks for stopping by!

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Dan Romano

Chief Meteorologist
Chief Meteorologist Dan Romano’s passion for weather began when he was very young. When asked by his first-grade teacher why he loves his parents so much, Dan answered, “Because they let me watch the Weather Channel instead of… (Read More)

Eric McCormick

Eric joined the Redwood News Team in June of 2018. He has always had a passion for the weather, recalling many times watching from his window as thunderstorms were rolling in. His favorite weather memories come from his time… (Read More)