KRBC PM Forecast: Monday, March 24, 2014

By Randy Turner

Published 03/24 2014 09:22PM

Updated 03/24 2014 09:28PM

An upper level low, which was spinning over southern California Monday night, will track across the southwest and into Texas Tuesday night and Wednesday.  That brings a good chance for at least half the KRBC viewing area to get some rain.  Amounts likely a quarter inch or less, except in a heavier storm.  This will be our only chance for rain this week as the moisture pushes to the east by Thursday and allowing for dry weather to return, with much warmer temperatures, Thursday through the weekend.  Tuesday morning, temperatures start the day in the middle 30's.  By Tuesday afternoon expect highs in the middle 60's with clouds increasing through the day Tuesday.  By late Tuesday night a few showers could approach from the west but most of the rain will fall between sunrise and 3pm on Wednesday.  Heaviest possibly in our northern counties.  Temperatures in the middle to upper 40's Wednesday morning and the middle 60's Wednesday afternoon.  Thursday will be a windy day, gusty out of the west at 20 to 30, upwards to 40 and this could cause some blowing dust., but highs in the middle 80's.  Friday, Saturday and Sunday highs will stay around 80 degrees.

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