Chilly start ahead of more rain

Forecast

QUICK WEATHER FORECAST:

  • Mother’s Day: Patchy AM frost, showers late, high 58
  • Tonight: Rain showers, low 38
  • Monday: Showers early, chilly, high 49
  • Tuesday: Mostly sunny, high 56
  • Wednesday: Partly cloudy, high 63
  • Thursday: Showers and storms, high 70

FORECAST DISCUSSION:

Good morning and happy Sunday!

We’re in an active spring pattern that will bring some big temperature fluctuation and multiple chances for rain, and even thunderstorms over the next week.

As an area of low pressure builds into the area today, we’ll see clouds roll in ahead of the chance for rain. Showers will pick up this afternoon, then as a cold front slides through we’ll see a chance for some thunderstorms as well. Temperatures will be warmer than yesterday and reach a high in the upper 50s, which is still more than 10 degrees below normal. It will be breezy through the day as well a southwest wind gusting up to 30-40 mph.

Rain showers will continue tonight into Monday morning. Low temperatures will be chilly and again fall to the mid 30s.

High pressure will build in to the south Tuesday. As clouds clear out Monday night and Tuesday morning, lows will fall to the low to mid 30s, so frost will be possible again. Even with the sunshine, it’s going to be a cool day with high temperatures only reaching the mid 50s.

As high pressure starts to scoot east on Wednesday, clouds will build back in. Despite more clouds, temperatures will be a little warmer and reach the lower 60s.

By Thursday morning, a warm front will push into the state. This will not only kick up a southerly breeze that will boost our temperatures into the 70s, but will serve as a trigger for showers and thunderstorms that will continue into Friday.

Have a great day!

-Liz

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