Milder temperatures return

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Monday features more clouds but milder temperatures.




Breezy southwesterly winds help usher in milder air Monday.

After plentiful afternoon sunshine, skies stay clear for the evening hours as well. However, through the overnight, some clouds begin to work back into the region. Skies become partly cloudy.  Conditions are quiet Monday and Tuesday, with rising temperatures. It’s fairly cloudy both Monday and Tuesday with a warm front draped just to our north, but sunshine will work in at times. A stray shower is possible Monday. That shouldn’t prevent temperatures from being near 50 degrees on Monday and rising into the middle 50s on Tuesday!




Our next storm system comes this way Wednesday, bringing rain showers with temperatures still mild to start. Cold air rushes in behind the system late Wednesday into the overnight, so it’s possible we could see some snow on the backside of the storm as it lifts away. Without establishing cold air Wednesday, it will be difficult for any snow to stick, so this storm system does not look like an issue right now. Track will be key here, so we’ll keep you updated on changes. Either way, it’s a return back to the cold that lasts through Thursday.




Friday and Saturday moderate, with temperatures rising from the 40s into the 50s again. There’s plenty of sunshine for Friday, but clouds return again Saturday. There’s a chance for a few showers Saturday, but the day does not look like a washout. Sunday temperatures drop into the 40s.



Have a great week!

-Andrea Michaels

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