Tonight: Rain tapers. Total rain: 0.05-0.25”. Wind: S 5-9G12 Low: 40-46
Tuesday: Partly sunny to mostly cloudy and mainly dry. Best chance of a lingering sprinkle or shower would be early. Most of the day is dry. Wind: SW->NW 5-12 High: 52-56
Tuesday Night: Slight chance of showers. Wind: Light Low: 38-44
A fast-moving low pressure system will cross through our area tonight and bring some light rainfall. Rain totals will range from 0.05-0.25”. Lows will be in the 40s.
Tuesday will bring a lot of dry time. There is a small chance of a lingering shower or two, but all-in-all, we expect a mainly dry day ahead with highs in the 50s.
Another area of low pressure will develop and move into the Great Lakes Wednesday while pushing a warm front close to us. The precipitation chances increase to 40% with a chance of thunderstorms as well. We do not anticipate an all-day rainfall at this time.
A stationary front may develop in our vicinity Thursday and we’re forced to keep a chance of rain, and perhaps thunder, in the forecast because of it. The chance of rain is 40 with highs in the upper 60s. If that front settles farther south, it will be cooler and if it settles further north, we would likely be warmer.
Another low moves through the region Friday, bringing with it more rain chances. The rain could be steady to heavy and there is also a thunder threat again. The chance of precipitation is 70%.
Next weekend is looking mainly dry right now! Saturday brings partly sunny skies with just a very small chance of a shower or two. The chance of precipitation is 20% with highs in the low to mid 60s. Sunday brings a cloud and sun mixture with highs in the mid 60s.