It appears that this week will remain on the cool side. We'll be running 5-10 below average for highs all week.
Rounds of cool showers will begin to exit the area completely during the late evening and nighttime hours. Those showers were brought here by a cold front that will really knock temperatures down below average.
We could be tracking a few more showers through parts of our area Tuesday evening. Most of the activity will be on the scattered side. I'm not saying that you should cancel any outdoor plans on Tuesday evening. Just check back with us and Defender to possibly dodge a shower or two.
It looks like Wednesday will have a little more of an aggressive push on Wednesday. This could mean a few more showers will develop through the area. This round will not be a washout, but the coverage of showers could be a little more widespread for Wednesday's forecast period. The system triggering those showers will also help keep things on the cooler side for mid-week too.
Frost potential could be back in the area for early Thursday morning and maybe for a few of us on Friday morning. This is nothing to be too alarmed about. It is pretty common to see a little shot of patchy frost during this part of April.
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