- Spring-like weather rolls along
- Shower chances return
- Strong t-storm potential
- Different tune next weekend
Is This February? Our stretch of unseasonably pleasant, spring-like, weather will continue for the second half of the weekend and as we progress into the early stages of the work week. Find a way to get outside the next couple of days (that’s an order ;-)).
A weak weather system will scoot through here Tuesday and serve to increase our cloud cover, along with a few scattered showers. Dry conditions return Wednesday, but by then all eyes will be on an approaching stronger storm system that will provide increased shower coverage by Thursday and strong to severe thunderstorm potential Friday. Speaking of severe weather, we think this spring will offer up a busy severe weather season. We’ll have additional updates on the severe potential as time gets closer, but just keep a mental note Friday could be a busy weather day.
We’ll abruptly transition back to winter Friday night and the air will grow cold enough a week from today to allow scattered snow showers to fly in a gusty northwesterly breeze next Saturday.
Upcoming 7-Day Precipitation Forecast:
- Snowfall: Trace – Dusting
- Rainfall: 0.50″ – 1.00″