We continue to enjoy the sunny weather which plays duel roles this week in allowing “outdoor weather” and letting water levels lower. More clouds will be present through tomorrow, but the rain will hold off another day. A nice southerly wind flow was responsible for a 10-15 degree boost in temperatures and we should end in the mid to upper 50s for Tuesday afternoon.
Wednesday will start the cosmetic changes to the forecast. Clouds increase through the day as the next storm system inches closer. Temperatures will boost again and into the 60s thanks to a southerly wind flow. Late Wednesday, early Thursday a semi-dry cold front moves overhead. A few light showers will be the result, along with cooler temperatures through the day. Another small shot at precipitation looks to hang around through Friday as well. Still, these will not be huge precipitation producers. The weekend looks to challenge that. Another warm/cold front combo will up the chance for both rain and snow as we enter and exit the weekend time frame. Amounts are still being determined.