- Calm open to the work week
- Two cold fronts impact the region
- Much colder air blows in this weekend
Calm Open; Busy Close…The work week will open with weak high pressure in control of our weather. This will result in sunshine returning along with unseasonably chilly conditions (average highs are in the mid 50s this time of year).
The first of two cold fronts will push through the state Wednesday. Clouds will increase Tuesday evening and showers will blow into town Wednesday morning. Breezy and chilly conditions will go along with the damp weather.
A second (stronger) cold front will impact the area to close the work week. Strengthening low pressure will move through the Great Lakes Friday evening and help pull a briefly warmer air mass into the state. Showers and thunderstorms will be widespread ahead of the approaching cold front and a few of these could be strong to severe. We’ll keep a close eye on things over the next couple of days and update accordingly. Strong and gusty southwesterly winds will reach 40 MPH+ before shifting around to the northwest once the trailing cold front sweeps through the region. This will drive a sharply colder air mass southeast and the potential is there for lingering moisture to end as a touch of wet snow late Friday night. The weekend will feature dry, windy, and unseasonably cold conditions.
Upcoming 7-Day Precipitation Forecast:
- Snowfall: Trace
- Rainfall: 1.00″ – 1.50″