Days at a Glance:
Monday: High: 70 Low: 37 Scattered showers and thunderstorms are likely overnight Sunday through Tuesday morning. Winds will be start out of the south between 10-12 mph and will gradually change to coming out of the west throughout the day. Wind gusts can be as strong as 35 mph. With the rain, we can expect between a quarter and half an inch of rainfall. Chance of rain: 90%.
Tuesday: High: 47 Low: 29 A chance of showers will continue from Monday with a slight chance of the rain changing over to snow/rain mixture during the early morning hours, then changing back to rain after sunrise. Winds will be out of the north between 5-7 mph. Rainfall accumulations will reach about a tenth of an inch with very little if any snow accumulation. Chance of rain 50%.
Wednesday: High: 59 Low: 40 Patchy frost is possible in the morning. Skies will be sunny with winds southeast between 7-9 mph.
Thursday: High: 65 Low: 48 Skies will be clear with winds coming out of the southeast between 7-9 mph.
A moderate cold front will be moving through our area late Sunday night into early Monday bringing with it a good chance of showers and thunderstorms. These storms are not expected to be severe, but the forcing of the cold front will cause surface winds to strong with wind gusts forecasted to be between 30 and 35 mph. Behind the cold front is a pocket of cold air that will cause our temperature to drop during the day Monday and into Tuesday. With the temperatures approaching freezing and the chance of rain still in the forecast late Monday into early Tuesday, there is a chance that some of the rain could change over to snow. With surface temperatures above freezing, there is very little accumulation expected. Expect clear conditions for the rest of the week as more spring like temperatures return.
Forecaster: Will Paschall