This evening rain and snow showers will come to an end. Winds will be breezy but they will help to dry the area out. Clouds will clear as high pressure builds in. Wide range of temperatures will fall from the low 50s to the around 40. Overnight lows, will be chillier in the upper 20s to near 30 with mostly clear skies.
With high pressure overhead, there will be plenty of sunshine for tomorrow, although there may be a weak disturbance to roll through in the early afternoon. It may produce a sprinkle but nothing more. Highs will be in the upper 40s to near 50. Winds may start out breezy but will relax as the high moves over top of us. Mostly clear skies for the start then a few high clouds drift in towards Thursday morning as a warm front moves north. Lows will not be as cool in the low 30s.
High slides east and the ridge builds in for Thursday. With the warm front north, we get a nice surge of warmer air. Sunshine will mix with some clouds especially later in the day as the next system approaches but we remain dry for the day. Highs will jump to the mid 60s. There will be a nice breeze out of the southwest. It becomes unsettled and our shower chances go up overnight Thursday into Friday slides in. It looks to stall over head by morning but a wave will develop along it later in the afternoon, dragging it back to the north a bit before swinging a cold front through Saturday morning. We should still be mild on Friday in the low 60s and we should see breaks in the rain showers midday. Lows Saturday morning will start in the low 40s so reaching 50 for a high Saturday shouldn’t be a problem despite colder air funneling in. Skies will break up as drier air moves in too. It becomes a bit tricky from Easter on into the work week. A weak front moves in early Sunday and stalls for several days.
Areas of low pressure will move along it swinging it north and south. Showers will be possible with the waves of low pressure and temperatures will be tricky depending on where the front sets up. Right now we should see highs in the 50s each day. We’ll keep you posted!
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MaryEllen Pann, FOX43 Chief Meteorologist
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