HAPPY EASTER AND PASSOVER!
WIND ADVISORY MONDAY 5 A.M. TO 8 P.M. FOR WINDS 25-35 MPH AND GUSTS TO 50 MPH
Gusty winds will accompany the passage of a cold front around daybreak Monday, and any narrow line of rain/thunder ahead of the front will mix down winds in excess of 40 mph between 6 and 9 a.m. Wind gusts will reach 40 mph behind the front for through midday, as deep low pressure exists the Great Lakes into Ontario, Canada.
A powerful storm system moving through the mid-Mississippi and Ohio Valleys and Great Lakes is responsible for a widespread and deadly tornado outbreak in the Deep South.
A cold front will cross the state around daybreak, and then temperatures Monday will fall from near 60 degrees to the upper 40s midday, with showers ending early and some brightening. Winds will lessen by evening, but it will still be windy day.
Unseasonably cool weather will prevail next week without any major storms. Some light showers are possible late Wednesday, perhaps ending as a brief wintry mix early Thursday. A wet weather system will arrive on Friday, again possibly ending as a rain/snow mix Friday night.
Tonight: Periods of rain, gusty storm late, becoming, windy. Low 55
Monday: Showers ending early, windy, turning cooler. High near 60, falling to upper 40s p.m.
Tuesday: Partly sunny, chilly. High 47 (33)
Wednesday: Increasing clouds, late showers. High 49 (32)
Thursday: Partly sunny. High 49 (34)
Friday: Rain likely, breezy, sharply colder with a wintry mix at night. High 52 (35)
Saturday: Partly sunny, shower north. High 53 (30)
Have a good evening! -Ben