Yesterday ended up being much cooler than expected thanks to a cold front that managed to backdoor its way into the state. Today, we should be warmer but the cloud cover and chance for scattered showers remains.
For Wednesday, there may be a few areas of patchy fog in low lying areas early so watch out for those. As the day progresses we remain mostly cloudy and high temperatures should be in the low to mid-60’s. We may see some scattered showers / thunderstorms develop with the best chance for those coming in the evening hours.
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Thursday continues the unsettled weather. Temperatures will be similar to today with continued cloudy conditions. Again, we have a chance to see some showers and thunderstorms develop although the best chance for those will be north of the metro area.
We close out the workweek on Friday with cooler temperatures and an increased chance for precipitation, particularly overnight. High temperatures will be in the mid to upper 50’s with plenty of clouds continuing. Overnight and into early Saturday morning, the precipitation increases. At this time it appears it won’t get cold enough for snow.
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Some lingering precipitation may hang around during the day Saturday but should start to move out by the afternoon. Highs on Saturday will be in the mid 50’s.
On Sunday we finally have a chance to see a return of the sun. Highs start to warm back up to near average temperatures and we should be dry.
Be sure to check out the forecast slideshow below for all the details on the local, statewide and national weather forecasts.