SYNOPSIS... A big trough out west is digging into the middle of the country and a big ridge off the Atlantic coast are the two big weather players these next couple of days. Wednesday and Thursday are trending to be quite wet right now. Models are showing anywhere from 1-4" of additional rainfall over this next week with isolated areas possibly seeing 4-5" or more of rain. Have your rain gear handy this week.
MONDAY NIGHT... Very warm and windy. Lows in the 60s. South winds of 6-20 mph, gusts of up to 25 mph at times are possible. Increasing clouds throughout the night with a stray sprinkle or shower (10%) possible.
TUESDAY... Foggy start is possible. Very warm and windy. Highs in the 80s. South winds of 12-25 mph, gusts of up to 30 mph at times are possible. Mostly cloudy skies with scattered rain showers and some isolated thunderstorms (40%) possible.
TUESDAY NIGHT... Very warm and breezy. Lows in the 60s. South-southeast winds of 4-14 mph. Mostly cloudy skies with scattered rain showers and some isolated thunderstorms (40%) possible.
WEDNESDAY... Foggy start is possible. Very warm and breezy. Highs 74-82. Mostly cloudy skies with scattered rain showers and thunderstorms (100%) are likely.
-Weathercaster Tyler Hall
|Today's Normal High||64|
|Today's Normal Low||42|
|Record High Temp/Year||82/1986|
|Record Low Temp/Year||24/1964|
|Sunrise This Morning||6:47 AM|
|Sunset Tonight||6:00 PM|
|Month to Date Precipitation/Month's Normal||3.92/3.01|
|Year to Date Precipitation/YTD Normal||8.60/8.23|