Non-Severe Storms Late Mon./Early Tues.

MONDAY-TUESDAY: The prevailing dreary weather will remain with us in the short term.  Just after sunrise Monday looks dry, but prevailing clouds and rainfall will be throughout the area starting at ~ 8 AM.  Cold as well, afternoon highs in the mid 50s.  Later at night, more thunderstorms will come in from the South & West as a developing area of surface low pressure associated with an upper-level jet begins to form.  The parameters necessary for severe weather look marginal at best across our region, a general rumble of thunder and moderate to heavy rainfall is expected to last from roughly 10 PM Monday to 5 AM Tuesday.  After that we will remain mostly cloudy for Tuesday afternoon, highs in the low 60s & lows in the mid 50s.

WEDNESDAY: More overcast skies are expected for Wednesday with cooler temperatures, lows in the mid 40s & highs in the mid 50s.

THURSDAY: A slow moving cold front will produce some small showers early on Thursday, with temperatures continuing to follow a cooling trend.  Highs in the mid 40s, lows in the upper 30s.

FRIDAY-SATURDAY: The coldest we’ve been so far this season begins from Friday.  The air behind the cold front that passes on Thursday will be coming from Alaska & will be exceptionally cold.  Although we’ll be sunny & clear for Friday & Saturday, afternoon highs are now forecasted in the low 40s with lows in the lower 20s, with some teens expected in a few isolated areas.

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