Thanks to that gusty cold front that came blowing through early Saturday morning, the end of Spring Break turned out anything but spring-like with highs well below normal for this time of the year. What's normal, you ask? Well, our morning lows should only be around the lower 50s while daytime highs should top off somewhere around the mid-70s. However, if you stepped out early this morning, you probably noticed we were not exactly around that low 50s criteria.
Needless to say, as mentioned in blogs of past, this all really isn't that surprising considering we still that pesky El Nino pattern in place.
Now, as we push through the work week, we will see things get back to "normal"...at least for a few days. Thanks to sunshine and a return to south winds, by Tuesday and Wednesday our highs look to top off in the pleasant 70s that we all know and love. Even though we are watching a few disturbances to the west, which eventually will drag a cold front through the area on Thursday, it is more Pacific in nature...so, yes, it will bring rain and thunderstorm chances but it doesn't look to bring anything as chilly as this past weekend's front. The only uncertainty with this next front is the timing on when exactly it will arrive Thursday...but we'll smooth those details out as the week moves on and the computer models try to become better aligned with each other.