Forecast Last Updated at Tuesday, October 17, 2017 at 12:21PM
Wall to Wall Sunshine
Yesterday's light rain, clouds, and wind are the only weather features of note until the beginning of next week. It's onto cloudless skies, chilly nights, and gradually warming afternoon temperatures. Today remains on the cool side of average and more valley frost will be around the next couple of mornings.
It's a busy Fall festival weekend around the region and the weather cooperates! Here's an hourly forecast for both Woolly Worm Festival and Valle Country Fair .
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Hi: 58 Lo: 38
Sunny; Cool day; Light East Wind
Hi: 62 Lo: 40
Lots of sunshine; AM valley frost; Seasonal temperatures; Light SE wind
Hi: 67 Lo: 44
Generally clear; Pleasant after AM valley frost; Light wind
Hi: 69 Lo: 46
Hi: 68 Lo: 45
More of the same glorious weather
Sunday - More clouds late; Continued pleasant; Rain possible late Sun. night; High in the mid 60s; Low in the lower 50s
Monday - Cloudy & rainy; High in the lower 60s; Low in the mid 40s
Valleys were colder than ridges this morning. The champion of the cold was Grandfather Vineyard at 28°. A similar story line plays out the next couple of mornings as excellent radiaitonal cooling conditions (clear nights, calm wind) continue.
There isn't much to write home about in the weather department this week as high pressure rules the roost for the eastern third of the nation. Afternoon temperatures modify each day by a handful of degrees through Friday. Morning temperatures do the same, just a hair slower. The weekend is incredible!
The next front comes through a week from today. Clouds increase late Sunday with showers developing in the predawn hours Monday. Monday through Tuesday morning are wet followed by a significant cooldown for the middle of next week.
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