Tonight: We have a mild night on the way. Normal highs this time of year are near 40. The lows tonight will be in the low 40s. This allows snow/ice to continue to melt. High thin clouds will be moving across the sky.
Tuesday: This will be another warm spring day as high temperatures reach into the 60s again. This is record or near record territory. The wind is a bit stronger from the south with gusts to 30 mph.
Tuesday Night: Before midnight it is dry as clouds increase. After midnight is when we will see the chance of rain move into the area. Temperatures remain warm with lows only falling to near 50. The winds are not as gusty with a south wind at 10-15 mph.
Wednesday: Plenty of clouds throughout the day. There is a chance of showers at any point during the day, but it is not expected to rain all day. Don’t be surprised to experience a thunderstorm. Isolated ones are possible. No severe weather is expected. Highs warm into the low 60s one more time before we cool down. The wind kicks back up with gusts to 30 mph from the south.
Wednesday Night: Temperatures are a little cooler but remain above freezing (upper 30s) so any precipitation will fall as rain. Rain totals from this system will be between 0.25-0.50”.
Thursday: Showers may linger into the morning followed by clearing in the afternoon. Temperatures are cooler with afternoon highs near 50. This is still 10 degrees above normal for this time of year.