What We’re Tracking:
- Mostly sunny, but breezy Mother’s Day
- Chilly Monday with showers
- Wet weather pattern ahead for most of next week
Mother’s Day will be pretty nice, just on the cool side because of out northwesterly breezes. Temperatures only make it into the lower 60s, and we could see wind gusts up to 25 mph. Tonight temperatures drop back into the 30s, with calm winds. If skies remain clear through the early morning hours, we could see frost develop again. If clouds move in quicker, frost would be less likely. So, be prepared just in case!
We then move into a pretty active pattern over the next week, but at least things look to warm up a bit by Wednesday. Another shower chance hits Monday into Tuesday as temperatures remain very chilly. Daytime temperatures in the 40s and 50s for the start of the week.
Temperatures could be near 70° Wednesday with scattered storm chances. Showers and storms continue through Thursday with temperatures finally nearing 80°, again. Even though the pattern will be active all week, the best severe weather chances will hold off until the second half of the week.
KSNT Storm Track Meteorologist Becky Taylor
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