Mostly clear skies will continue during the overnight hours but it will not be as cold as what we had on Sunday night. Lows should be only fall into the low to mid 30s.
Clouds will increase and thicken during the day Tuesday but our area will stay dry. Afternoon highs will top out in the upper 50s for a change.
Showers will be possible Tuesday night as a warm front approaches from the south. This boundary will keep the threat of rain going during the day Wednesday. Highs in the upper 50s to low 60s look reasonable on Wednesday but the forecast is tricky due to the expected cloud cover and heavy rain threat. Warmer upper 60s to low 70s are likely on Thursday but they will come with a cost… and that’s an increased risk of showers and storms, some of which may be on the strong to severe side.
The one caveat to the aforementioned outlook for the middle of the week is the fact that one computer model has consistently been forecasting the bulk of the rain to stay to our west during this time frame. While we are not buying into this solution right now, it is a trend that needs to be monitored.
The chance of rain will lower a bit on Friday but another cold front will raise the odds again for the weekend and early next week. Before all is said and done, several inches of rain may fall across our area between Wednesday and next Monday.