We are looking at chances throughout the rest of this week and leading into next week with sunny skies. Temperatures will hover around the low 50s for our high and high 40s for our low. A lot of our rain is coming from Hurricane Willa that hit the Eastern Mexico Wednesday October 24. Lots of moisture from the storm and current jet stream placement is pushing a lot of moisture up northeast. We don’t expect high precipitation amounts but be aware of possible heavy down pours at times. We can expect around a tenth of an inch tomorrow for rain fall. Make sure that an umbrella is on hand cause you will need it for the rest of this week.
– Cardinal Weather Service Forecaster Chris Guevara