We’re tracking rounds of rain as we start the work and school week. However, we expect drier skies as early as lunchtime today. Just as we talked about last week, severe weather is NOT in the forecast – just periods of soaking springtime rain. The humid feeling that moved in over the weekend, will stick around this week too. Despite the cloud cover overhead and moisture around today, highs will hangout around 70°.
We’re tracking a large break from the rain, starting as early as this afternoon/evening. In fact, most of tomorrow (Tuesday) will be dry with some peeks of sunshine. An isolated shower is still possible, though. More widespread rain will hold off until Wednesday. But, high temperatures will still be above 70° through the middle of the week. Once the rain completely moves through (Wednesday evening), temperatures will soar. In fact, highs will push into the 80s as early as Friday.
Have a great day!
– KSNT Storm Track Meteorologist Kyle Borchert