Good Saturday morning WABBLES. This weekend will end on a active note starting later this evening. As we change to a colder air pattern, our chances for some winter precip increases over the next 5-6 days. Over the next several days, here is how the pattern is shaping to play out […]
It will be a chilly day for many of us. Clouds started to roll into our area from the northwest overnight bringing us mostly cloudy skies throughout our Saturday morning. As the day continues the sun will eventually start to shine in the afternoon, with a high around 47. A majority of the evening will be dry but showers start to move in overnight.
Late Saturday evening our next system moves through from the west. Showers will persist overnight and a few snow showers can not be ruled out.
Wintry mix will remain in the area throughout the early morning hours. Accumulation amounts are less then an inch. The afternoon will be mostly cloudy, with a high near 44. Sunday evening expect clouds to stick around and an occasional rain shower. Winds will be calm from the northwest, low around 35.
To kick off the work week, the weather will be mostly calm. Expect dry, partly cloud skies, and high temperatures in the 40s and lows in the mid 20s. These type of temperatures are normal for this time of year.
The next system we are watching seems to be arriving Tuesday evening through Wednesday. This next wintery setup has the potential to produce not only rain showers but snow showers as well. Accumulation amounts are unknown at this time but as we get closer to Tuesday we will have updates for everyone.
Have a great rest of your weekend WABBLES!