A wild and crazy weather pattern is in the cards for the next 5 days. River flooding will still be possible for much of the 5 day period. Another strong system could bring heavy rain by Tuesday.
Friday: The system that brought us rain and wintery mix should move out by the daytime tomorrow the day will be dry and cloudy to start the day clearing out to mostly sunny by the evening. High only in the upper 20’s, lows in the mid teens. There is potential for an isolated snow shower in the pre-dawn hours Friday morning.
Saturday: Yet again another cold Saturday with highs only reaching into the mid 20’s. Just a reminder that our average high for this time of year should be 46°F and our average low is 25°F, yet another day where our daytime high may not even crack our average low. The day will be mostly sunny, with morning Windchill values as low as 0°F possible in the morning. The nighttime low will be in the mid teens.
Sunday: We will still be dry and quiet as high pressure moves out of our area into the Mid-Atlantic region. Morning lows will be in the mid teens again. A nice warmup though on Sunday expected, highs around 50°F. It will be windy as south winds 20mph gusting to 30 mph is possible on Sunday.
Monday: Were dry again, however another frontal system is expected to form and could bring some light rain Monday night Tuesday morning. The day Monday should be partly to mostly cloudy, highs will be in the mid-50’s. Lows only in the mid 30’s.
Tuesday: Rain chances will increase as showers could be widespread, not a total washout like we should see today. It is too early to call on how much rain is expected but the chance of measurable rain is greater than not. The high will be in the mid 50’s, lows around 30°F.
-CWS Forecaster: Ben Waggoner-