What We’re Tracking:
- Showers come in waves
- Rain, possible thunder and very strong wind Wednesday
- Snow showers Thursday, then much better Friday to Monday
Areas of showers still expected through the rest of your Tuesday, but windy weather will also ramp up. Wind tonight will be from the southeast at 10-20mph. Lows will stay on the warmer side, only dropping back to the lower 50s and upper 40s by morning.
For Wednesday, rounds of showers and storms will move through–some with heavy rainfall. This will also be the window of time when the winds peak out at the strongest level with this storm. South winds pick up to 25-40mph, with gusts closer to 50mph at times on Wednesday. It will be a fairly warm wind with highs in the lower to middle 60s.
Behind the storm system, wrap-around moisture in the colder air on Thursday could come in the form of a few snow showers. This will still be a windy day with west winds at 15-30mph and temperatures struggling to peak out in the lower 40s.
Behind this major storm system, pleasant weather builds in and gradually warmer weather through the upcoming weekend.
KSNT Storm Track Chief Meteorologist Matt Miller