In just three days we’ve had a little of everything around here. Cold, warm, rain, and snow. Now that the cold font has passed, we get a little break before the next chance for precipitation moves in. High pressure will allow more sun over the coming days and temperatures will remain chilly to mild. As for now, it’s calm and quiet out there. Temperatures are still pretty mild running in the low to mid-50s.
As we end the weekend and begin a new work week. We start with mild temperatures and more sunshine. A high pressure pattern will keep us dry for a few days allowing water levels to lower further. The sun will be partially out today, but as the atmospheric pressure swells Monday and Tuesday, more sunshine will be present. Temperatures are dipping somewhat through this, but not much. We’re in store for cold to chilly mornings with mild afternoons. As we approach the middle of the week, bigger changes are in store. A sharp warm up will happen with a passing warm front Wednesday and then another large storm will deliver rain and storms as temperatures peak in the 70s Thursday. After that, another winter cool down looks to be the trend.