WET & WINDY AHEAD, NEXT DRY SPELL ARRIVES MONDAY
Wednesday, Oct. 18, 4:00 P.M.
Tonight a cold front moves inland, and along with that we'll see a gusty southerly wind in the valleys and out along the coastline. Peak gusts are up around 50 mph at the beaches until around midnight when they die down. Here in the valleys expect gusts 25-35 mph. Rain picks up too and I expect almost an inch to fall by the time the sun rises.
Tomorrow and Friday we'll see lots of showers, with the possibility of hail or thunder mixed in. Saturday and at least the first half of Sunday will be a big soaker with a weather system sitting right overhead. We'll be keeping a close eye on rivers to see if we get any minor flooding.
The good news is that the last full week of October is looking very warm and mostly sunny. Temperatures will remain above average through most of next week.
Cloudy, periods of rain
Cloudy with rain
Rain developing late