We had heavy showers and thunderstorms roll through here in the overnight hours associated with a cold front. Temperatures didn’t drop much at all as we had an afternoon high of 67 degrees today. The front was more defined by the dry air behind it than the drop in temperatures.
As we head into Sunday we will be in transition day as high pressure will be in control ahead of our next cold front on Monday which looks to bring a few showers during the day. This will be the first of a series of cold fronts next week, but the only one at this point that looks to bring rain showers. Temperatures will follow a roller coaster ride by dropping behind each front and then warming back up before another front arrives. The only steady thing will be overnight lows which will be in the low to mid 30s through most of next week. Our afternoon highs will be more seasonable despite the roller coaster ride, ranging in the lower to mid 50’s for the most part.
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