What We’re Tracking:
- Another cold night
- A bit warmer through midweek
- Rain chances increase into the weekend
Temperatures fall back into the upper single digits and lower 10s overnight into Wednesday morning with a generally clear sky. Wind will taper off to less than 10mph through most of the night.
For Wednesday, the day should start off with a mostly sunny sky, but as the day goes on clouds will increase. Partly cloudy conditions for the afternoon, but with south winds 5-15mph highs will climb into the upper 30s and lower 40s.
More clouds for Thursday and part of Friday as temperatures warm into the 40s. A much bigger warming is expected by Saturday, but that will also come with gusty winds and a better chance for rain through the day. After the rain, a cool-down for the late part of the weekend will bring highs back into the 40s once again.
– KSNT Storm Track Chief Meteorologist Matt Miller