Monday, September 20, 2021
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Monday, September 20th, 2021

Plenty of Sunshine and Warm Temps | Chief Meteorologist Dan Romano

After rain rolled through over the weekend, skies cleared out Sunday afternoon and we’ve been holding onto those clear skies for the start of the workweek. Not only are we going to see more of the same tomorrow, but it could be one of the warmest days of the year for some coastal communities.

Skies will remain clear tonight as temps tumble into the upper 40s to low 50s. However, they’ll quickly warm up into the low to mid 70s at the coast, while interior valleys climb into the 90s.

A few clouds will grace us Wednesday morning as the remnants of a frontal boundary swing through. Marine layer clouds will also have more success developing tomorrow night, but sunny skies are still expected to prevail all across the region by lunchtime. Temps will be slightly cooler Wednesday, with highs in the 60s at the coast and 80s to the east.

Another warmup is expected Thursday and Friday, with coastal communities once again flirting with 70 degrees. At the same time, interior valleys will top out in the low to mid 90s with mostly clear skies. Then, clouds will slowly build in the region as slightly cooler air funnels into the area. We’ll remain dry through the weekend, but we’re watching for the possibility for rain by the middle of next week.

Thanks for reading, be safe, and enjoy the start to your workweek!

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Dan Romano

Chief Meteorologist
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Bryan Scofield

Morning Show co-host
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