Tonight – A line of thunderstorms arrives overnight. The majority of the rain will be after midnight. Far southern portions of the viewing area will sit under a Marginal Risk. Rain totals should be less than a 0.50″. Clouds will lingering through the morning. Lows near 44.
Tomorrow – Clouds will gradually decrease. Winds will be breezy at times. Highs near 56.
Extended – Temperatures will quickly sink by Thursday and Friday. Expect highs in the 50s. Overnight lows will sink near freezing Friday night and Saturday night. Showers return late Sunday evening. Sunday night will need to be monitored closely. If the timing of the cold air and the moisture overlaps, we have a slim chance at a wintry mix by Sunday evening. Again, this is a big “if” at this point – uncertainty is still high. A lot can change over the next four days.