This Week: A Preview of Spring!

GFS model output for the next 7 days shows temperatures finally running above average for the work week with slightly cooler air by Sunday.  There will be rain chances (indicated by the blue lines) later today and again Wednesday night into Thursday.
GFS model output for the next 7 days shows temperatures finally running above average for the work week with slightly cooler air by Sunday. There will be rain chances (indicated by the blue lines) later today and again Wednesday night into Thursday.

EARLY MORNING NOWCAST:
Watch for areas of fog which may reduce visibility and cause icy spots where temperatures are below freezing.
6am: Mostly Cloudy/Fog 29°
8am: Mostly Cloudy/Fog 35°
10am: Mostly Cloudy 44°

RAIN ON THE WAY:
Presidents Day will be marked by scattered rain showers and warm temperatures in the low to mid 50s. Most areas will see .25-.50″ of rain. It will also be breezy at times – even a rumble of thunder is possible – as a cold front sweeps through the region. We will stay dry for Tuesday as we sit between two weather makers. Daytime highs will be in the low to mid 50s.

A TASTE OF SPRING!
Late Wednesday more rain will move in from the west, with rain chances increasing Wednesday night into Thursday. Daytime temperatures will soar into the upper 60s during this time frame, and it also appears there could be some thunderstorms with this next system as we feel the influence of a more “Spring-like” weather pattern. Things dry out for Friday, but it appears a weekend weather-maker will cool temperatures back down into the upper 40s for next Sunday.

PRESIDENT’S DAY:
Warm & Breezy, Afternoon Rain Likely… High 56, winds SW-15
Precip Chance: 80% – Amount: 0.25-.50″

TONIGHT:
Rain Ending, then Partly Cloudy… Low 33, winds SW-4
Precip Chance: 20% – Amount: 0.05″

TUESDAY:
Mostly Sunny and Warm…High 58, winds SW-6

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