- Unseasonably warm week
- Multiple rounds of rain and embedded thunderstorms
- Eyeing winter’s return next week
Have The Rain Gear Handy…While we’ll enjoy unseasonably mild temperatures, the wet and unsettled theme we’ve been dealing with as of late we’ll continue this week.
Most of the daytime today will feature more dry time than wet with just scattered showers expected before more widespread rain and embedded thunderstorms arrive by nightfall. Wet and periodically stormy times continue tonight into the early morning hours Tuesday. After a predawn high in the mid 50s, temperatures will slowly fall during the day Tuesday before remaining steady in the middle to upper 40s for the balance of the afternoon.
We may get a brief (rare) look at the sun Wednesday as we’ll be in between weather systems, but have no fear, as our next storm will be developing to our south and arrive with showers Thursday. 🙂 Rain and perhaps a thunderstorm continue Friday, especially through the first half of the day.
The majority of Saturday will feature dry and warm (early spring-like) conditions, but clouds will increase during the second half of the day and showers will push north into the state at night. Windy, wet conditions continue Sunday.
Longer-term, forecast models continue to paint a significantly colder, wintry pattern as we go through the last week of the month.
Upcoming 7-Day Precipitation Forecast:
- Snowfall: 0.00″
- Rainfall: 1.50″ – 2.00″