Rain, storms… then maybe more wintry weather?

We’re entering into an unsettled weather pattern for the next several days.  Clouds will be on the increase into Sunday and there could be some drizzle or may even a passing shower or two.  Sunday will not be a washout, but keep in mind a shower is possible at any time as moisture continues to increase in a southwest flow.  Daytime highs Sunday, for the first day of March, will be in the mid to upper 50s.

Rain showers are also possible as we begin the work week.   Expect scattered showers with mainly cloudy skies.  Afternoon highs will top out in the mid to upper 50s.   A warm surge of air is expected out ahead of a more vigorous system that will be organizing to our northwest on Tuesday.  A shower or passing thundershower is possible Tuesday as daytime highs reach into the lower 70s!
On Wednesday, a cold front moves in.  It will likely bring a good round of rain and thunderstorms.  Some of the rain could be heavy at times, and we can’t rule out a strong storm or two.  Highs should top out near 60, then temperatures will drop off pretty quickly during the evening hours.  Our weather guidance suggests precipitation will linger behind the front.  As temperatures get cold, there is a chance Wednesday night into Thursday morning of a chance of wintry weather once again – sleet, freezing rain and perhaps some snow.  It’s hard to pinpoint this far out if we’ll see big problems from this, but it’s certainly something the WIAT 42 Storm Track Weather Team will be monitoring in coming days.

 

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