The winds have shifted to the south east overnight bringing in some moisture from the remains of Hurricane Sergio in the pacific. Most of this should stay to the south of us but I can not rule out the possibility of some rain showers during the morning tomorrow. Temperatures should rebound nicely into the upper 50’s which is much better than some of the low 30’s we have been seeing the past several nights.
Another system moves in here on Monday bringing in another chance of rain. However, others in the US are not as lucky as this system may drop several inches of snow out in the rockies and into the central great plains. After Monday a high pressure system moves in to dominate the area. We will see several days of sunny skies and we may see some patchy frost Tuesday-Friday.
–Cardinal Weather Service Forecaster Jordan Nienaber