Cold front, rain chances in the forecast

The severe wind can cause hazardous driving conditions, with strong cross winds posing a risk to light weight and high profile vehicles. Skies will feature a blend of sun and clouds, rain chances are near 30% after 2pm as the seabreeze gets active. Another cold front will move through with a gusty wind and rain then snow showers Friday. We will see the return of cool mornings on Thursday with our temperatures in the 30s.

Temperatures are likely to increase this week after a chilly start.

A series of tropical lows are forming at the moment but should stay well north of the country, apart from the occasional shower or patchy rain. Thursday's forecast is partly sunny and breezy again, with a high around 62.

Sunday, there will be a 50 percent chance of showers, with a high near 53, the weather service said.

We will be drying out and cooling down through the day on Wednesday. The evenings will still be quite fresh at 12°C, something that will only be felt even more with Friday and Sunday's Force 4 and 5 winds. Windy, with a west wind 10 to 15 miles per hour increasing to 20 to 25 miles per hour in the morning. That rain could come down heavy at times during the commute. Our highest rain chance of the week will be midday Wednesday as a cold front moves. It's a mild start with temps only in the upper 60's-lower 70's with cloudy skies this morning. Temperatures will be below normal all week long and into the weekend with highs in the middle 40s to upper 50s.

  • Leroy Wright