Torrance’s Forecast: – Our Sunday has been rather quiet, with a mix of fair weather clouds, and refreshing temperatures. It’s funny how seasonable afternoon temperatures can feel ‘refreshing’. This goes to show you how warm and humid it has been for the past several weeks. We will briefly remain quiet before our weather pattern¬†becomes active, like last week.¬†
Tonight: An area of high pressure will allow for mainly clear skies, and patchy valley fog to form. A weak disturbance to our northwest will push through late evening and overnight, think of it as a weak cold front. Those living near the northern border could see an isolated shower. Overnight low, low 60s. Wind: Light & Variable
Monday: Morning fog¬†will burn off during the early and mid-morning, returning to another sunny day. It’s warmer than Sunday, but humidity still remains low. Afternoon highs will reach the low and middle 80s. Wind: South 5-10mph
Monday Night: As our area of high pressure slides off to the east, clouds will continue to filter in from the west. Areas that don’t see much cloud cover, mainly eastern Vermont and New Hampshire will likely see areas of fog again. We will remain dry overnight, with lows in the low 60s. Wind: Light & Variable
Tuesday: Some sunshine to start the day, then turning to more of a cloudy day. Scattered showers will develop across western New York during the early afternoon, and will drift east into the evening hours. Afternoon highs will be in the middle 80s, along with higher dewpoints, which means it’s getting humid again. Wind: Southwest 5-15mph
Wednesday-Friday: Daily shot of rain, and a few thunderstorms. This will be very similar to last weeks weather, keep the umbrella handy! Warm and muggy once again, afternoon highs in the middle 80s and overnight lows in the upper 60s and low 70s.
Have a great night and week ahead!
-SkyTracker Meteorologist Torrance Gaucher