We begin our morning with temps in the 40s under mostly clear skies. Today will likely bring an increase in cloud cover, and maybe a few isolated showers--as a front moves through...expect highs in the mid-60s...and SE winds around 5 mph.
Tonight is expected to be mostly cloudy with a few isolated sprinkles possible...lows near 49...and calm winds.
We should see decreasing clouds tomorrow...with highs near 66...and winds developing out of the north around 5 mph.
Mostly clear skies should linger through much of the day on Friday, with increasing clouds Friday evening...highs near 67...with south winds around 5 mph.
Another cold front is poised to move through Saturday, bringing us a decent chance of rainfall. No severe storms are expected with this system. Expect highs in the upper 60s to low 70s.
We could see the rainfall continue through the morning hours of Sunday, and moving out with clearing skies by Sunday afternoon. Temps will likely only warm into the mid-50s.
We kick of our new workweek with cold temps in our forecast. Monday morning's temps could reach the freezing point at 32-degrees. Some areas could even drop into the upper 20s. So, we want to give you a FIRST ALERT heads up for frost possible across our area.
Temps begin a gradual warming trend by Tuesday...with morning temps near 37...and afternoon highs near 61.
Hope you have a happy Hump Day, yeah!