Monday, March 11 Afternoon Forecast Discussion

Plenty of rain for us today as a cold front slowly drifts southward across the area igniting showers as a low pressure rides along the front. The front will drift south this evening and into the first part of the overnight to bring rain to the end. Clouds will stay with us tonight before we clear some out for the day on Tuesday.

Our next system will approach the area on Wednesday, likely late in the day, to bring first some isolated showers to the area before the front arrives on Thursday. Rain could be heavy at times on Thursday when the front arrives, but rainfall amounts look to generally be around one inch. Rain will end by late Thursday/early Friday with skies clearing through the day on Friday.

We will see mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies from Friday through Monday for our first dry weekend in over three weeks. Temperatures will dip below normal heading into the weekend as an area of high pressure arrives from the Plains. Our coldest day will be Saturday with highs in the upper 50s with our coldest morning Sunday where we start in the upper 30s.