WARM & BREEZY: Plenty of sunshine starts the morning, but clouds increase late in the day as a cold front to the west approaches. Temperatures quickly jump after a chilly start, with afternoon readings in the lower to middle 70s. Clouds thicken through the evening. Then, showers and thunderstorms arrive overnight. A few rumbles of thunder are possible. After a few morning showers on Friday, skies clear during the afternoon. Temperatures are still fairly mild, with readings in the middle to upper 60s.
EASTER WEEKEND: Saturday is a seasonable day with plenty of sunshine. Easter Sunday is dry with a fair amount of sunshine as well. Temperatures are a bit above seasonable averages, in the middle 50s on Saturday. By Sunday, it’s feeling very mild! Afternoon high temperatures are in the lower to middle 60s.
NEXT WEEK: Showers are expected Monday as our next system approaches. Temperatures hover near 60 degrees. Skies clear out just in time for Tuesday, and it’s a bit cooler. Readings are in the middle 50s. Wednesday the sunshine continues, and temperatures remain above average.
Have a great Thursday!
Flood Safety Awareness Week continues today. Thursday’s topic is Flood Insurance.
Many discover they do not have proper flood insurance when it is too late. Flooding causes more damage in the United States than any other weather related event. Flood related losses are NOT covered by your homeowner’s insurance policy. Fortunately, this is easily fixed.
You can purchase flood insurance from private insurance companies and agents to ensure you are covered. There are over 100 insurance companies that sell flood insurance coverage through some 60,000 independent agents. Renters should check with their landlords about his/her coverage. Though the building may be insured, your individual possessions might not be covered. Contact your local insurance agent to decide on coverage that best fits your needs!
Stay with FOX43 for more important flood information through the rest of the week.