The severe weather threat has ended tonight, but we could see a few more showers and isolated storms late tonight into Wednesday morning. Thursday and Friday look nice with highs in the low 60s Thursday and the low 50s Friday. Clouds will be on the increase Friday afternoon, but we should stay dry.
The showers will move east by lunchtime, so finally we get to see some sunshine Wednesday afternoon! Lows will be in the 40s tonight. Highs Wednesday afternoon should make it into the 60s. Our next system will arrive Saturday. This will bring a chance for a few showers Saturday morning. A couple of flakes may mix in, but nothing significant is expected. Highs Saturday afternoon will make it into the mid 40s.
We may briefly warm up Tuesday and Wednesday of next week. An arctic air mass may make a run at us just before Christmas! The details are sketchy this far out, but it could be cold as we head into Christmas weekend. Sunday look quiet, but Monday could bring another chance of showers. Highs Sunday will be in the mid 50s, but it’s back to the upper 40s and lower 50s Monday with clouds and showers.
We’ve already seen some showers in parts of the area, and a few showers will remain possible for the rest of the AM hours. Some breaks in the clouds are expected in the afternoon, with much warmer highs today in the mid 70s.
Later tonight, clouds will increase and thicken ahead of our next storm system. We’ll see daybreak temps in the mid 60s. Active weather returns Thursday as a strong cold front pushes into the area. Scattered showers and storms will be likely, with some storms possibly strong to severe. Highs for Thursday will be in the mid 70s.