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7:00 AM | The main weather story continues to be the windy conditions

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Morning clouds then becoming mostly sunny, windy, pleasant temperatures, highs near 70 degrees


Partly cloudy, mild, windy, lows near 60 degrees


Morning clouds then becoming mostly sunny, still windy, pleasant, near 70

Thursday Night

Mostly clear, mild, low 60’s


Mostly sunny skies, pleasant, not as windy, low 70’s


Mostly sunny skies, warmer, upper 70’s


Mostly sunny skies, mild, mid-to-upper 70’s


Mostly sunny skies, cooler, near 70


Quite breezy conditions will continue today, tonight and Thursday with temperatures not too far from normal. High pressure will build into the region late this week with pleasant temperatures, but the weekend should feature warmer conditions as offshore winds develop for a couple of days. By early next week, however, a marine flow of air may return with slightly cooler weather once again in the region.

Elsewhere, a clash of air masses will likely produce severe weather later today and tonight across the mid-section of the country and this will include the risk for tornadoes in places like Oklahoma and Kansas. Some snow is now falling in the highest elevations of Colorado and Wyoming and this colder air mass is sweeping towards very warm and humid air in the central US setting the stage for late day severe weather and that threat will likely continue on Thursday as well in the nation's mid-section.