Cooler breezes on the way for Friday with increasing rain chances through the weekend

Cooler breezes on the way for Friday with increasing rain chances through the weekend

With our winds shifting out of the south through the night, we’ll likely see warming temperatures after midnight. Overnight lows should drop into the middle 40s before we see that warming trend.

A cold front moves through during the first half of the day tomorrow, and there may be the chance for an isolated shower or two in the eastern half of the area , but overall we should stay mainly dry. Temperatures should make it into the upper 50s to lower 60s before lunchtime, and cooling down for the afternoon as winds pick up out of the north.

The next best chance for rain looks to arrive over the weekend. We may see a few rain or snow showers on Saturday north of I-70, but a bit better chance for rain and even a few storms moves in for Sunday into Sunday night. Highs for Saturday may be a bit chilly in the upper 40s to low 50s, but a strong south wind is expected Sunday helping to warm us into the middle 60s despite the rain. We could see wind gusts as high as 40mph.

We’ll keep a close eye on this system as temperatures may turn chilly as it passes through during the day on Monday. Rain is still likely for Monday, but if temperatures get cool enough later Monday evening, it’s not out of the question that we could see some snow trying to move in to our western counties so keep checking back for updates as we get closer.

Highs get a bit cooler in the upper 40s to low 50s for Monday and Tuesday with lows in the upper 20s. However, we do appear to rebound back into the upper 50s by Wednesday ahead of our next potential rain chance for the middle of next week.

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