Skies have been cloudy so far today, so temperatures only dropped to the lower 50s this morning. Scattered showers will fade away by midday, and sun will mix in this afternoon. However, highs will only top out in the upper 50s, and we’ll have a breeze out of the north up to 20 mph.
As skies clear overnight, expect lows to drop to the low 30s. Frost will develop tonight.
Saturday may start completely sunny for some of you, but expect more of a clouds/sun mix by the end of the day.
The early morning hours of Sunday are currently forecast to be dry, but rain will move in through the morning and especially afternoon. It will stay with us through the evening and night. Many locations will likely receive at least an inch of rain, and some storms may be strong to severe. Currently, the greatest severe risk is to our Southwest.
Monday and Tuesday again feature ample rain chances. We’ll start to dry out Wednesday and see a lot more sun by Thursday!