Night: Clouds thicken
with a light rain/snow mix possible (30% coverage). Low: 34°.
Monday: Variably cloudy and cooler. High: 54°
had a chance to get outside some and enjoy the wonderful weather on
Saturday. If not, you'll have another opportunity Sunday.
We will see more
sunshine Sunday with a slow increase in clouds through the afternoon /evening
hours, but conditions will be dry during daylight hours area-wide.
Highs will remain
above-average, with most in the low-mid 60s.
A fast moving cold
front will race through Sunday night, which will drop temperatures closer
to seasonal averages Monday.
A few sprinkles or
light snow showers may fall in some areas, but mild temperatures Sunday afternoon and limited moisture available will lower the chance for accumulation.
Monday looks quiet, but another storm system approaches Tuesday, increasing
clouds and squeezing out some scattered rain showers. A stronger
cold front moves through Tuesday night into Wednesday and temperatures fall into the 30s during the day Wednesday.
As of now, the bulk of the
moisture from a deep-south system Wednesday will remain to our south, but the
track of this feature will have to be watched early next week. As for now, we
will most likely see a few flurries or light snow showers.