Current Temps and Radar
Guess what day it is?
No, not hump day….it’s FRIDAY! I feel like dancing.
Saturday: chilly morning, but nice afternoon – Wake Up 33˚, High 60˚
Southerly flow continues Saturday, keeping things on the warmer side. Sunny skies will help push those afternoon temps up to the 60˚ mark. Overall, it will be a nice day!
However, keep in mind that afternoon and evening winds will be on the breezy side at 5-15 mph, possibly gusting to near 20 mph.
Things begin to change on Sunday.
Cloud cover will increase throughout the day, though with southerly winds sticking around, temps will remain in the upper 50s. Another breezy afternoon is in store, as well.
Both the GFS and the NAM 12km pick up on some light rain in the evening hours on Sunday as a cold front approaches. However, both models suggest the bulk of the shower activity will occur later Sunday night and overnight into Monday as the front swings through the state.
Timing of the cold front will be everything with these rain chances.
All wintry precipitation is expected to stay to the north.
Temps will drop to the low 40s overnight.
Conditions will clear throughout the day on Monday, setting up for a more chilly Tuesday.
Here’s your extended forecast:
Have a fantastic day!
– Intern Applicant Kaiti Leachman
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