This evening is turning out to be a winner, with a mostly clear sky and winds that are relaxing. It will be fairly chilly though, so if you are heading out for a late night, make sure you’ve got the jacket handy. Expect morning lows on Sunday to drop to the mid and low 40s for most, with our northern counties seeing temps drop to the upper 30s. The wind should keep frost from forming in the coldest spots, but if you have some plants that you’ve put in the ground or are outside ready to be planted, you may want to cover those up just in case.
Sunday will be another awesome day with lots of sunshine and cooler than normal temperatures. Highs will rise to the mid and upper 60s, which is still a few degrees below average for this time of year. Warmer temps arrive on Monday afternoon as we crack the low 70s. Temps won’t be quite so warm on Tuesday, with most highs in the upper 60s.
Our next rain chance returns by Wednesday and Thursday as a cold front approaches. Right now it’s too early to tell if a severe weather event will accompany the front like we had last Thursday, but we’ll continue to watch it over the next few days. Another cool down, with colder temperatures are ahead after the front moves out Friday and Saturday..with 30s possible next Saturday morning.
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