Reported by: Meteorologist Steve Newton
Sunday will start with a little sun breaking through the clouds, but another round of showers will be moving through in the late morning with the steadier rain arriving in the evening. Temperatures will be cooler than Saturday, and around what we saw Friday.
Rain will be present through most of Monday as a cold front pushes through. Southwesterly winds will help temperatures to climb back into the low 50s. Cooler air will move in behind that system, and we'll have high temperatures in the early morning with cooling in the afternoon. A few spots could see a rain/snow mix before all the precipitation moves out of the region. Low temperatures from Tuesday on will be below freezing with the sky being mostly clear.
Wednesday will be mostly sunny with temperatures in the upper 30s. Temperatures will start warming again Thursday, with highs climbing back into the 40s. I still have my eye on a system next weekend. Right now temperatures are indicating rain for much of the region. Check back throughout the week as Joe, Regina, and I monitor the potential of this system.