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Wednesday, May 5th, 3:00 P.M. 

Today turned out about as expected; hazy sunshine, a breezy east wind, and much warmer temperatures.  We are near 80 degrees and should top out in the lower 80s by 6pm.  Expect a warm and dry evening!

Tomorrow we start under partly cloudy skies, but then a weak cold front moves inland the 2nd half of the day.  Assume your neighborhood will get wet sometime after 2pm in the metro area.  Showers arrive earlier (mid morning) along the coastline). 

A cold upper-level low passing by Friday will finally give us some more substantial shower action.  This will be enough to lower fire danger again, but not really a big soaking by any means.  Friday will be the coolest and wettest day of the next week.

This weekend we’ll see a mix of sun and clouds, but showers will be VERY isolated.  Most likely Saturday and Sunday will be dry, but a shower could pop up over the mountains and possibly drift out over the valleys Sunday afternoon.  Warmer than normal weather returns next week.

There is no sign of a widespread (much needed) soaking for the region in the next 7-10 days

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