Temperatures will cool off as North winds start to pickup gradually through the day. Clouds will linger into the early evening and possibly again towards morning as the Rodeo Parade kicks off downtown. The Parade forecast is cool and breezy with readings starting out in the upper 40s to low 50s. Rain a frequent guest at this event will be absent and a welcome site for parade participants.
The current weather pattern is a very active with three separate systems impacting the country. Over a foot of snow and hurricane force wind gusts have been pummeling the New England area Friday. Next weeks weather pattern favors another cool pacific front on Monday, right before the election with thunderstorms likely. Temperatures are expected to drop into the upper 30s to low 40s early and only rise into the 50s from Tuesday to Wednesday.
Pacific system will reach the gulf coast Monday.
The first week of March starts off wet and cool with temperatures ten degrees below normal until the weekend.