Man, those last two days were pretty nice, weren’t they? Temperatures closer to seasonal averages and mostly sunny skies…unfortunately I come bearing bad news: showers are back to finish the weekend.
Sogginess Returns Today
A system that started moving toward us during the day yesterday begins more directly affecting our weather today as skies will go overcast to start our Sunday.
Models have been shifting around the timing with this but it would appear at this point that the rain chance will be higher the later into the day we go, with the best chances coming during the afternoon and evening hours.
In addition to the rain, thanks to the position of the low pressure driving these showers, we’ll face stiff easterly breezes throughout the day and it wouldn’t surprise me to see a few higher gusts.
Temperatures will definitely be held down by the cloudy skies, only around 60º for a high and we’ll only drop to around 55º for a low with overnight showers.
Monday, Same as Sunday
That low pressure will still be around for the day tomorrow as well…and that means more rain.
Luckily, rain chances will begin to go down during the day tomorrow though, so there is light at the end of this tunnel.
As rain chances creep down, temperatures will slowly creep up. With those breezy easterly winds still with us, we’ll be able to warm to around the 65º mark but we will be able to drop down to around 55º again as we’ll still have the clouds overnight but we’ll get the showers out of here.
Tuesday? Mostly Dry.
At least we have some improvement.
At this point, showers will likely be exiting the region during the early morning hours, leaving mostly cloudy skies in their wake. With maybe a couple of late day sun rays, we might just manage to hit 65º again. Winds should calm down as well, allowing that nighttime low to make a run down to 50º again.
That just about does it for me! Follow our live weather feed @wxornotbg for the latest. Have a terrific Sunday!