Our weather set-up is rather complex...a wedge of high pressure is weakening to the northeast and a storm system approaching from the southwest. The end result is that it will be continue to be cloudy with intermittent rain. Widespread heavy rain will move in overnight with an isolated thunderstorm possible. As the warm front lifts north tomorrow, warmer air will spread into the area resulting in above average temperatures along with more rain and possibly isolated thunderstorms. The forecast models have most areas getting at least 1.5 to 2" of rain, which would be very beneficial. Storm chances will be low, and the main risk of severe weather should stay just to the south. The cold front will slide through late tomorrow afternoon bringing an end to the rain. The middle of the week will be quiet and mild, but then another cold front heads our way late Thursday. This front will have a polar airmass behind it, so get ready for a MAJOR cool down for the end of the week. We are talking lows in the 30s and highs in the 40s on Friday...brr! Temperatures will dip down into the upper 20s Friday night...the first time we have been in the 20s since February 11th when we bottomed out at 26 degrees.
Tuesday, mostly cloudy with showers and possibly a storm, highs 70-74.
Tuesday night, fairly mild with clearing skies, lows 54-58.
Wednesday, mostly sunny, highs 63-66.
L: 6:04am H: 12:19pm
Today's Record Temperatures