Forecast Discussion 9/18/19 PM: Sunshine continues along with dry weather

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AVERAGE HIGH FOR SEPTEMBER 18TH: 72°

AVERAGE LOW FOR SEPTEMBER 18TH: 47°

WEDNESDAY SUNRISE: 6:50 AM

WEDNESDAY SUNSET: 7:12 PM

High pressure in control of our region through the workweek. Mainly clear skies continue for Wednesday night. No cloud cover with calm winds Wednesday night help set the stage for radiational cooling, allowing temperatures to drop quickly. Lows Wednesday night near 40 degrees. Light winds also helping with valley fog formation overnight.

Fog lifts through early Thursday morning, turning sunny for the afternoon as high pressure remains in control of our region. Highs warm close to average for this time of the year with temperatures reaching into the low to mid 70s. A dry air mass over the region with dew point temperatures near 50 degrees, making for a comfortable afternoon. Clear skies and light winds again Thursday night with another round of valley fog late. Lows in the low to mid 40s.

High pressure in control of our region into the start of the weekend. Friday and Saturday afternoons feature plenty of sunshine with mid and high level clouds, along with dry weather. Highs closer to 80 degrees by Friday and for the weekend. High pressure moves east Sunday as our next frontal system moves in from the west. Increasing moisture means increasing clouds cover and feeling muggy by Sunday afternoon. Chance for showers arrives after dark Sunday and continues for early next week as the frontal system moves through the region. Highs Monday into the 70s.

THURSDAY: VALLEY FOG EARLY. AFTERNOON SUNSHINE
HIGH: 74

THURSDAY NIGHT: CLEAR. VALLEY FOG LATE
LOW: 44

FRIDAY: FILTERED SUNSHINE
HIGH: 79 LOW: 51

SATURDAY: FILTERED SUNSHINE
HIGH: 83 LOW: 57

SUNDAY: INCREASING CLOUDS. CHANCE LATE PM SHOWERS
HIGH: 83 LOW: 61

MONDAY: MOSTLY CLOUDY. CHANCE SHOWERS
HIGH: 78 LOW: 55

TUESDAY: DECREASING CLOUDS
HIGH: 72 LOW: 50

WEDNESDAY: MOSTLY CLOUDY. CHANCE SHOWERS
HIGH: 73 LOW: 53

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