FORECAST UPDATED 7:53 AM SUNDAY
A weak area of low pressure and associated cold front will be in the region today. It could trigger a few rain showers in the southern part of the viewing area with highs in the low 40s. The cold front to the north could bring some snow flurries for areas to the north.
Things will calm down Sunday night as skies become mostly clear and lows drop into the upper single digits to low teens.
Wall to wall sunshine will be the theme on Monday as highs struggle to climb into the upper 30s to low 40s.
Skies will be crystal clear Monday night with lows dropping into the upper single digits to low teens.
Temperatures will rebound on Tuesday as we add a few more clouds to the picture with highs in the mid 40s.
Looking ahead, sunshine is back in the forecast Monday and Tuesday. Temperatures will climb from the upper 30s Monday into the low 50s Wednesday. We'll say hello to more cloud cover Tuesday afternoon and beyond as the next system begins to move in. Rain chances go up Wednesday night through Friday. This looks to be a very wet spring storm system. Windy conditions will be an issue Wednesday and Thursday also as the pressure gradient tightens up. We could see some snowflakes mixing in with the rain on Friday as temperatures fall throughout the day and the precipitation hangs around. The flooding concern will be elevated late next week as rain combines with melting snow.
MAKE it a GREAT Weekend!
Meteorologist Devin Biggs
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