Cloudy and chilly for the start of Sunday. A storm system is passing today, and we will get some of the features associated. As of now, only a few showers showing up close or in our area. Otherwise, it’s mostly cloudy and will remain as such through the day. Temperatures Are warmer than yesterday at this time, by about 10 degrees; chilly but not cold.
Moving into the daylight portion of Sunday, clouds hang tough. This is due to increased moisture and low pressure. Temperatures will start in the low 50s/upper 40s and rise into the low to middle 60s for afternoon highs. Not a big increase because of how cloudy it will be. Showers are more expected in the afternoon and early evening and will not amount to much. Light and scattered showers will drop trace amounts, most of which will be north of the two southern parkways. After the cold front passes, temperatures will cool once more to about where we were yesterday. We’ll start in the low 40s/upper 30s and rise into the low 60s. This time, clouds will decrease as the day goes on and after a morning round of fog. Then, break out the sunnies cause it’s going to be a bright and shiny week. Sunshine will be available to us all day every day from Tuesday through the weekend. A dry front on Wednesday will be the only cloud producer and it’s mostly dry when it comes through. Temperatures will rebound to the seasonal norm putting us back in the 70s all week, with only one hiccup. The dry front on Wednesday will knock our afternoon high on Thursday back into the upper 60s. Regardless, it’s get outside weather this week!