Good Wednesday, everyone. Our day is off and running with temps in the 30s and a kiss of frost in many areas. This shot of chilly air will won’t last long as warmer air is quickly pushing back in. This will eventually lead to a stormy setup late this weekend and early next week.
Sunshine will rule the weather roost today with highs in the 60-65 degree range for much of the region.
Thursday will find temps well into the 70s on a gusty southwesterly wind. Clouds will increase by the end of the day as a cold front enters the picture from the west. That front will bring a band of showers and storms our way Thursday night and Friday morning.
Saturday’s weather looks pretty good with readings in the upper 60s for highs with a dry sky. That all changes by Sunday with a front stalling out across the region with rounds of showers and thunderstorms cranking up. This action may continue all the way into the middle of next week and the models are spitting out some heavy rain totals:
Have a great day and take care.