What we’re tracking:
- Pleasant big game day weather
- Next rain and snow chance
- Rollercoaster temperatures
Your viewing of the big game tonight will continue to be accompanied by tranquil conditions with just some passing, high thin clouds up in the skies. Clouds will increase later on tonight into Monday. That additional cloud cover will help prevent our temperatures from dropping all too much tonight, with overnight lows in the 30s. Some patchy areas of fog could develop during the overnight hours into tomorrow morning. Cloudy skies will stick around tomorrow, to go along with the slight chance of some patchy drizzle and light rain showers throughout the day. Even with the limited sunshine, highs will climb into the 50s for most of the region.
Now, we’re tracking Tuesday to be the warmest day of the week with highs ranging from the 50s in our northern areas, to mid and possible even upper 60s for our southernmost areas.
30s and 40s return for Wednesday and Thursday to go along with a minor chance of snow. Mild temperatures in the 50s will make their return just in time for the weekend.
-KSNT Storm Track Meteorologist Christina Reis