Temperatures this morning bottomed out below freezing for us, and we will see slightly colder readings tonight thanks to the winds dying down. With calmer winds and clear skies, temperatures will drop down into the mid and upper 20s area wide tonight. Tonight is the last freezing night for a couple of days as a warming trend begins on Thursday.
Winds will shift to the east and southeast through the day on Thursday, ushering back in warmer and more humid air. This will send temperatures near 60 Thursday, near 70 Friday, and in the low 70s for the weekend.
This added moisture will be a catalyst for some showers possible Friday and Saturday as two weak upper level lows move over top of us. These lows could spark a few showers for us Friday and Saturday before our bigger system arrives on Sunday.
Sunday will see a cold front approaching from the west and bringing plenty of rain with it for Sunday into Monday. It does not appear that thunderstorms or severe weather should be a possibility for us as we won't have everything in place. The front looks to exit late Monday morning into Monday afternoon which will lead to clearing skies and a big drop in temperatures for Tuesday and Wednesday. Temperatures could bottom out next week where we are seeing temperatures now, and potentially a little colder, so we will keep an eye on that.
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