Skies will stay cloudy tonight with scattered rain showers ongoing. Temperatures will stay in the mid/upper 40s throughout the night. Scattered rain is still possible into Sunday morning, but showers will become less widespread with time on Sunday.
Winds will be out of the southeast at 5-10 mph and highs should climb into the upper 50s. Temperatures may briefly drop a few degrees after sunset, but with a south wind ongoing into Sunday night, temperatures will hold steady…perhaps even warm into the low 60s by dawn Monday morning.
Heavier rain will develop overnight, and a few rumbles of thunder are also possible. Scattered showers can be expected throughout Monday. It will be unseasonably warm with highs into the upper 60s. By the afternoon/evening, a round of t’storms should move into the Valley.
Some of those storms could be on the stronger side with gusty winds and locally heavy rainfall. Any lingering rain should taper off Tuesday morning, and we should be dry for the afternoon. Skies will stay mostly cloudy with highs making it into the mid 60s. Winds will switch around to the north overnight as a cold front passes through the Valley. We should drop into the upper 30s for a low Wednesday morning with highs only recovering into the mid 40s during the afternoon.
Skies will stay mostly cloudy. Cold air continues arriving on Thursday, and highs will again be limited to the 40s. The cold weather will last into the upcoming weekend. We continue to monitor the potential for a rain/snow mix developing late Friday and continuing into Saturday.
Model guidance has been very inconsistent with the placement and amount of any precip. You’ll want to continue checking back for the latest forecast as we go through next week. A great way to stay informed of any changes or adverse weather is with our free First Alert weather app. Search 48 Weather in your app store.
-Meteorologist David Ernst