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MetService's 10-day forecast , which goes through to Christmas day, shows fine days are going to be few and far between. For most parts of the country it predicts rain or showers almost every day, with Tauranga set to be the only place in the country
That is expected to be about the same weather on Saturday, but a slight change is forecast for Sunday.On Sunday, winds are expected to kick up to about 15 mph, with gusts to 23 mph in Sacramento. In addition, it will be cooler with temperatures in
High pressure will keep beautiful weather in the Evansville area for one more day, as the Tri-State enjoys a sunny day with high temperatures reaching the mid-70s, according to the National Weather Service forecast. What the weather service describes
The hottest day of the week could be Thursday when the daytime high in the Sacramento region is expected to reach 90, according to the National Weather Service.Looking far ahead, maximum temperatures are expected to drop at least 10 degrees by
Thursday is expected to be cloudy and pleasant with a further slight decrease in temperatures. Friday will be partly cloudy with no significant change in temperatures...The general forecast will be a warm month of Av with temperatures normal for the
Expect mostly dry weather in the forecast for the start of a new week...Southwest Florida will see partly cloudy skies with only a very isolated afternoon storm possible. Temperatures will climb into the low to mid 90s and will feel even hotter.
After a couple of showery days in Western Washington, nicer weather appears to be on tap for Father's Day weekend. It starts with Friday, when the National Weather Service forecast calls for a partly sunny day with a high near 68. Saturday is
The Fresno Bee Meteorologists agree a Fresno heat record might fall on Saturday, but they're not unanimous on predicting the high temperature just check your iPhone and the National Weather Service. On Thursday afternoon, the iPhone's forecast from
A so-called "Bermuda High" weather pattern is back, and it is forecast to bring Baltimore's first prolonged heat wave of the season, according to the National Weather Service. High pressure is expected to settle off the Atlantic Coast starting
That four-letter word s-n-o-w appears in the weather forecast for Saturday, but meteorologists are predicting only flurries. Unless, the National Weather Service notes, a dynamic and potentially explosive set-up happens in the atmosphere.