Best threat for showers will be in the morning

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A beautiful evening is under way with partly sunny skies, a warm breeze and temperatures in the 70s. They fall back to the low 60s around 10pm and only to the mid 50s by tomorrow morning so it will be a mild night. Showers are expected to arrive after 2am and continue through the morning drive.

DMA Forecasted Lows With Madis

Showers should end late morning for most areas but to the east and south, may linger to around noon time. We’ll see the clouds break up heading into the afternoon but won’t clear until evening.  We may pick up anywhere from .10″ to about a .30″ of rainfall.

PM DMA RPM Rain Total

With lows so mild and a dry afternoon, we should see highs getting to the mid and upper 60s. Breeze will be out of the north around 5-10mph. Clearing skies overnight will lead to a cooler night in the low 40s.

PM Hour by Hour CSV
High pressure builds in for a couple of days, bringing sunshine with a few high clouds for Wednesday, and highs in the mid 60s. Thursday, an easterly flow sets up, as high pressure moves off the coast, so clouds will increase during the day and highs will be tad cooler in the low 60s. Next chance you’ll need the umbrella will be Friday as a front pushes through. Highs will still be above average in the mid 60s. Another front comes in Saturday afternoon, however, not expecting a lot of moisture so only a few showers possible. Highs will again be above average in the mid to upper 60s. Sunday will be cooler with plenty of sunshine and highs in the low to mid 60s. Shower chance return late Monday as the next system comes in.

Ready to plant flowers but worried about whether or not temperatures will dip below freezing? Here is a look at the average last spring freeze. As of now, it looks like the next 7days stay near average in the low 40s or warmer.

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MaryEllen Pann, FOX43 Chief Meteorologist
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