Clouds will dominate this morning. A late morning into early afternoon sprinkle or shower is possible.
Heading into this afternoon, showers and isolated thunderstorms will be concentrated north of 36 Highway.
A storm or two could briefly produce hail. A Marginal Risk for severe storms has been posted for this area.
While it’s a cool morning in the 40s, it will still be a warm day. Temperatures will be kept down in the middle 60s.
Temperatures will be falling on Friday. We’ll hit our high near midnight and fall into the upper 30s and lower 40s for the rest of the day. After 7 PM, as the back side of the system arrives, snow showers are possible, especially north of 36 Highway.
Colder temperatures are expected for the weekend. Highs in the lower 40s for Saturday. By Sunday, we’ll still be in the middle 40s as another system travels through. Temps should be warm enough to keep this as rain. Next week, the difference between the warm and the colder air will hug our region closely. It won’t take much for temps to shift between the chilly 40s and milder 50s. Looks like a small chance for a passing shower on Tuesday. Otherwise, next week looks dry.