A rainy Friday is ahead with temperatures spiking into the 50s to mid 60s. The steadiest rain will fall in the morning and drier air arrives in the afternoon. Saturday looks seasonable before colder air follows for early next week. Looking ahead, if the spread of Coronavirus slows in warmer weather, then we have some good news on the horizon.
Expect dry skies and highs near 50 on Saturday. It will turn colder Sunday into early next week. The temperature will be in the 40s on Sunday, and may not get much above 40 on Monday as it stays dry. More dry weather is ahead for Tuesday as it gets a bit warmer.
The temperature will climb into the 50s by mid to late next week. Some rain is in the forecast for late next week. The overall pattern favors warmer than normal weather in late March, and the early-spring warmth may help to slow the spread of COVID-19 as coronaviruses are typically worse in winter weather. The exact reason for it is not known, but it’s believed to be a combination of warmer and more humid weather combined with our better immunity in warmer weather.