Good Wednesday, folks. We have another windy and mild day taking shape. This nice weather is about to give way to another active weather pattern with frequent systems rolling across our region.
Highs Wednesday will be in the mid and upper 60s in many areas on a gusty southwesterly wind. Those gusts can reach 35 mph at times. This is ahead of a strong cold front arriving Thursday. That front will bring a potent line of showers and thunderstorms our way.
Here’s the future radar from the Hi-Res NAM:
Some of the storms could be strong, with high winds the main player. Rain totals could approach an inch in some areas:
Much colder air pushes in Thursday night and Friday morning. It could even be just cold enough for a few snowflakes to fly during this time.
Friday afternoon temps will struggle under a mix of sun and clouds. Highs might not get out of the 40s if the clouds hang on.
Easter weekend starts out on a nice note with sun and highs in the 60s on Saturday. Sunday will see rain developing as the day wears on:
That’s a rather ugly look that could carry us into early next week.
Make it a great day and take care.