The end of our work week will start on the cooler side, with a light breeze 5-10 mph. Most of our Friday looks to be on the sunny side as well, and by the afternoon, our winds start to trend out of the south. By peak heating, we should see highs in the low 70s and upper 60s across the area. A few more clouds start to roll in this evening.
Overnight, there is still the potential for some passing showers and thunderstorms. This brief wave of energy should be said and done by the mid-morning hours on our Saturday. Saturday looks to be another sunny one for the area. It is also going to be on the breezy side, with winds initially south 10-20 mph, and then switching out of the northwest 15-25 mph in the afternoon. This will also bring in some cooler air. We should hit our high fairly early in the day, in the low 70s, but afternoon temperatures fall back into the 60s.
Sunday morning will be chilly because of this front, lows for the area are forecasted in the upper 30s. This influx of cooler air will keep us in the 60s for Sunday afternoon as our next system approaches.
Monday and Tuesday have a chance for showers and storms. Monday’s system has been trending on the early side, letting most of the area dry up a bit by the afternoon. Tuesday calls for more widespread rain activity. It will also be more noticeably cool on Tuesday, highs slide into the low 60s. The cooler air should stint any real strengthening of thunderstorms on Tuesday, but the rain potential is still very much there.
Moving into the second half of the week, highs are on the rebound into the 70s once again, and we are also looking at the shot for more showers on Thursday.
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KSNT Storm Track Meteorologist Andrew Adams