Good Saturday, everyone. Our calm weather pattern is rolling through the weekend, but the temps could use some work. Things are pretty chilly across the land and this colder than normal air continues into next week.
Temperatures today are generally in the upper 40s to low 50s with a partly to mostly sunny sky.
Sunday is another nice day, but winds and clouds will be on the increase as the day wears on. Temps may hit 50 in most areas, especially in the south. This is ahead of a weak system moving in for Sunday night and early Monday. I can’t rule out a few showers with this as temps come back down a few degrees for Monday.
The middle and end of the week will feature a system dropping in from the northwest. This will have a temp spike ahead of it and a chill down behind it. This looks like it will miss the connection with a bigger storm in the southeast:
Temps after that system will rebound VERY quickly and could reach 70 next weekend.
I mentioned bowling balls coming at us in the next few weeks. Those bowling balls will be in the form of systems ejecting from the west and rolling across the country:
Systems like that mean some wild temp fluctuations, with mild air ahead of them and colder air behind them. With those temp swings, rounds of rain and storms would be noted. That could set the stage for additional severe weather chances.
Enjoy your Saturday and take care.