Good Friday.  We are dealing with some fog this morning and temps in the 40s.  A drizzle or two is not out of the question through the morning.  This afternoon will be overcast with temps in the low 50s.

Saturday will be interesting.  We will start in the mid 40s with rain moving in early as a cold front pushes through.  The rain will be heavy and isolated flooding is possible through the day Saturday.  The rain will remain fairly heavy through early afternoon, then taper to light showers late afternoon into Saturday night.  We will be warm ahead of the front with highs right around 60 Saturday afternoon.   I would expect 1.5" to 3" of rain Saturday.  Locally higher amounts are possible.

As the front moves east Saturday night temps will drop into the low 30s overnight into Sunday morning.  That will allow the remaining moisture behind the front to transition into light snow showers.  We will get .5" to 1" of snow in some spots.  As we move through the morning, skies will clear, and it will be cold and windy with highs only in the upper 30s and winds blowing at 15-20 mph from the north.

Monday will simply be cold and dry.  We will start in the 10s and low 20s, and only make it to the upper 30s.

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FRIDAY:

  • 8am... Fog, 44
  • Noon... Overcast, 48
  • 5pm... Overcast, 53