Broken, but widespread rain continues to push across the region tonight. Even when some dry time works itself in tonight, skies won’t clear out. Mostly cloudy skies will prevent temperatures from dropping more than a degree or two, with overnight lows staying in the 40s.
Rain chances spill over into tomorrow morning, but we look to dry out for the most part by tomorrow afternoon. A few spotty showers can’t be ruled out entirely for the afternoon hours though. But yet again, even we’re dry, skies will stay mostly cloudy. Still, we’re tracking more of the region cracking into the 50s tomorrow, and even some low 60s. Our next chance of showers and a few non-severe thunderstorms moves in late Sunday night, lasting through the first half of the day on Monday.
An unsettled weather pattern stays in place even beyond Monday. A few storms are possible Tuesday afternoon and evening. As it stands right now, the threat for severe weather is low. Our entire KSNT Storm Track team will keep a close eye on Tuesday’s forecast as it draws closer. Occasional showers are also possible for Wednesday, but drier and clear conditions are expected for the second half of the upcoming week.