What we’re tracking:
- Clear skies and the sunshine will return
- Warm weather through mid-week
- Active weather pattern heading into the weekend
This morning’s rain has moved out, allowing for skies to slowly start clearing up from west to east. That will continue heading into the overnight hours as lows stay mild in the lower 40s.
The sunshine and warm, above normal temperatures return on Tuesday with highs going up to the middle 70s.
The sunny and mild conditions will continue through Wednesday. But our weather will start getting a bit more active as we end the workweek and heading into the weekend. We have one system moving in late Thursday into Friday. That will give us better chances of rain then cool us back down to near normal temperatures in the middle to high 40s. A second system will then move in during the weekend. As of right now, we could see both rain & snow from that system late Saturday into Sunday. Stay tuned to KSNT News throughout the week as our weather situation continues to develop.
– KSNT Storm Track Chief Meteorologist Matt Miller