Monday, Oct. 25th, 3:30 P.M.
It’s a soaker out there this evening as waves of showers continue to roll in from the Pacific. An unstable airmass means some of the showers are heavy and there’s still a slight chance for a thunderstorm through the evening. Wind dies down a bit overnight, but at least some southerly breeze continues all through Tuesday. That makes for a mild night around 50 degrees again.
A more organized weather system arrives at sunrise for a very gloomy first half of Tuesday, wet too! Then it’s more of an off/on showery thing tomorrow afternoon and night.
Wednesday and Thursday we’ll see the weather “slow down” a bit with more dry than wet days. But still a lot of cloud cover. After a wet day Friday, there’s a very good chance we have a few dry days into the weekend and early next week! A dry easterly wind may give us lots of sunshine on Halloween.