Not Much Sunshine In This Forecast…

Highlights:

  • Milder times
  • Unsettled heading into the weekend
  • Colder next week and remaining unsettled

Vitamin D Needed…While we’re going through a milder stretch of weather between now and the end of the weekend, it’ll come with considerable cloudiness and periods of rain at times.

Most of today will only feature light passing showers and mist, but a clap or two of thunder can be expected tonight as a cold front passes through the state.  The air mass behind the front won’t be particularly cold and a seasonable day is on tap to wrap up our work week Friday.

A warmer southwesterly air flow will return this weekend and this will help boost temperatures to levels as much as 15° above average Sunday.  Scattered showers can be expected Saturday into Sunday and we’re monitoring the potential of a stronger storm Sunday afternoon and evening.  You’ll want to stay tuned for future updates on Sunday’s storm threat.

As we rumble into a new work week, the active and wet pattern will continue and we’ll add a colder feel to the equation, as well.  Monday through Wednesday will feature a “step down” regime: seasonable conditions Monday before turning colder than normal Tuesday and Wednesday.

Upcoming 7-Day Precipitation Forecast:

  • Snowfall: 0.00″
  • Rainfall: 1.00″ – 1.50″