Showers Make a Return
Forecast Updated at 10:20 PM Saturday
Rain showers should move in by dawn, with the heaviest of the bands to the west of Highway 51. Showers intensify by Sunday evening with a passing cold front and will last into the start of the work week. Widespread low pressure will hang over the Midwest through the middle of next week, bringing temperatures down below seasonal averages (40s for daytime highs). Snow and rain showers are likely early and late in the day on Tuesday, but don't expect any of the white stuff to stick around very long. Current models have temps staying largely below average all the way through next weekend.
Missing the Warmth Already!
Meteorologist Matt Brooks
Sunday: Mostly cloudy with rain likely off and on throughout the day.
Temps: 53° to 58°
Winds: Southeast 10-15 mph
Sunday Night: Rain likely with cool temps.
Temps: 36° to 40°
Winds: Northwest 5-10 mph
Monday: A chance for showers off and on at times. Partly to mostly cloudy and much cooler.
Temps: 42° to 47°
Winds: West-Northwest 10-20 mph
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