What We’re Tracking:
- Warm again tomorrow with more clouds
- Arctic cold settles in next week
- Slight chance of rain/snow showers Monday
After yesterday’s cold, today felt great to be back in the 50s! Tonight temperatures won’t be nearly as cold as we drop down into the upper 30s and lower 49s with mostly clear skies.
Tomorrow, we’ll see more cloud cover ahead of a strong cold front that will move through Monday. Temperatures should still make it into the mid 50s, despite the cloud cover. They may even be slightly warmer if the clouds aren’t as thick.
Once the front passes, we’ll get another big temperature tumble into Monday. Monday morning could bring in a slight chance for some showers both rain and snow, mainly north of I-70. The models have been pretty hit or miss with this shower chance so it’s still hard to tell exactly what will happen. But either way it shouldn’t amount to much, as it’ll move through very quickly with minimal moisture to work with, but just something to keep in mind. Our actual high temperatures Monday will happen early in the morning, but we’ll see falling temperatures and breezy conditions behind the front for the rest of the day as we start in the 40s and end up in the 20s.
After that, precipitation chances really start to diminish and Tuesday through Thursday looks to be mainly dry with just really cold air as high temperatures only top out in the 30s with overnight lows in the teens.
KSNT Storm Track Meteorologist Gabriella Gomez
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