SOME AREAS OF FROST POSSIBLE THIS MORNING
WARMING UP THROUGH FRIDAY
SHOWERS AND A FEW THUNDERSTORMS POSSIBLE LATER IN THE WEEK
COOLER AND DRYING OUT EASTER WEEKEND
Today: Morning sunshine. Increasing clouds. Breezy. Slight shower chance late. Highs 63-69. Southwest wind 5-15 and gusty.
Tonight: Variably cloudy with a period of rain possible. Perhaps a rumble of thunder. Breezy at times. Lows 36-41. West wind 5-15 mph.
Wednesday: Plenty of sunshine and pleasant. Warmer. Highs 64-70. West wind 10 mph or less.
Areas of frost are likely early under mostly clear skies. A southwest flow will develop ahead of a cold front today. Highs will soar into the middle 60s to near 70. Another weak front will slide through this evening, and a few showers or thundershowers are possible (especially between 5 and 9 PM).
We will be tracking a more potent storm system that will arrive late this week. A breezy southwest wind will allow temperatures from Wednesday through Friday to soar into the upper 60s to middle 70s. Wednesday looks dry. Rain chances increase late Thursday into Friday with enough instability to produce a few thunderstorms as well. The severe threat looks low at this time. A cold front will move through Friday night. By Saturday, things will calm down but cool off a little bit. Showers look to end early Saturday morning. High temperatures will be near 60.
For now, our weather forecast data is in fair agreement on Easter Sunday's weather. High pressure looks to be nearby, providing us with an egg-cellent Easter Sunday. Cool to start, but warm and dry to finish.
Recap: Highs in the mid to upper 60s today, upper 60s to middle 70s Wednesday through Friday and upper 50s to middle 60s by the weekend. Lows in the 40s for most of the week (50s Thursday night and 30s Saturday night).
Our average high is 64°, low 38°.
Meteorologist David Boyd