TONIGHT – 49° by 6 PM
Skies will be partly cloudy this evening as clouds from today hang around.
Evening temperatures will fall to the mid 40°s, but overnight lows will drop all the way to the upper 20°s.
FRIDAY – Wake Up: 31°, High: 48°
As that weak cold front swings through early tomorrow, there could be some flurries mixed-in with some rain to our east, near the Plateau:
And none for Gretchen Weiners…errr, none for us.
A light north wind & highs in the upper 40°s will keep things cool.
By the evening, things will start to change a bit.
Winds will turn to the south overnight, and lows will be a bit warmer. We’ll wake up to the mid 30°s Saturday morning.
SATURDAY – Wake Up: 35°, High: 63°
Saturday looks like a pretty fabulous start to the weekend! Afternoon highs will be in the low 60°s, close to 15° higher than “normal” highs this time of year.
A south wind & mostly sunny skies will really settle-in, which will help to warm us up:
But, it’ll also help to start gradually increasing moisture & our dew point temps.
Dew points will start climbing from the 20°s Friday into the 40°s Saturday and Sunday.
NHL All-Star Game – Sunday
Expect Friday and Saturday evening to be cool, but rain-free.
Cloud cover will increase by Sunday morning. Scattered showers will be possible by the afternoon, becoming more numerous by the evening.
This looks like just rain, no thunderstorms. We suggest keeping an umbrella with you on Sunday!
Again, no travel issues expected.
Looking Ahead: There’s the NHL All-Star Game Rain…
Okay. Storms Next Week.
Models continue to agree that a pretty strong storm system will be in the vicinity next Monday & Tuesday.
For us, Tuesday looks to be the day we could see some storms:
Being in the yellow area means we’ve got a 15% chance that we could see some severe thunderstorms within 25 miles of us.
While confidence is growing in this scenario actually playing-out, confidence in timing is still low.
I don’t want to start throwing times at you now, only to change them a little bit later. Then, we’re all confused.
So, just store this nugget of info away for now. If this holds through the next couple of days, we’ll be able to start breaking specifics down for you.
As always-stay tuned!
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