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Saturday Evening Forecast Feb 4th

Absolutely gorgeous start to our weekend despite the likelihood of some light showers developing through the late afternoon and evening. For now, best chance for sprinkles will be north of Point Conception. Through the evening and in to early Sunday, scattered showers will be widespread. Most areas should at least get wet streets with maybe a few hundredths of an inch of measurable rain possible. As the system scoots quickly to our south and east, gusty northwesterly winds are expected. There are no official watches or advisories for rain or wind, but that could change as we get closer to early Sunday. Temperatures on Sunday will be on the chilly side once again with high expected in the fifties to maybe very low 60's.

Looking ahead, as we typically see with this type of quick northeasterly storm system, winds will shift more north and then northeasterly early next week. This means a warming trend is expected with 60's and even 70's expected by mid week. Overnight lows will continue to stay on the chilly side, especially in wind protected areas. The light offshore winds will hold through much of the work week. Another storm system will approach by next weekend and a slight chance for more rain is expected. Weather models are not very bullish on amounts as the system looks to follow what we are currently seeing. We will need a few more days to nail down the details of what to expect. In the meantime, prepare for some blustery sprinkles and then a return of more mild sunshine!

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Shawn Quien

Shawn Quien is the weekend weather anchor for News Channel 3-12. To learn more about Shawn, click here.


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