Our focus now turns to the potential of record lows tonight. Many areas may wake up to thermometer readings below zero.
A weak disturbance will dive in from the northwest and this may produce a pop up shower or some sprinkles… especially in the north. Skies will clear overnight and that will allow temps to drop back into the frosty low and mid 30s.
Friday looks pretty good with temps back into the 60s under partly sunny skies. That’s when we turn our attention toward a slow moving system for the weekend. This will bring an increasing chance for showers and thunderstorms for Saturday into Sunday.
Heavy rainfall will be a good possibility with the showers and storms over the weekend. Temps should run in the 60s for highs.
After a big warm up early next week, another powerful front will march our way by later Wednesday.