Morning Weather Forecast, Thursday April 5, 2018

Weather

This morning we have a few lingering snow showers coming down. You may wake up to a light dusting of snow on your car’s windshield. Beside the flurries coming down this morning it it also quite cold out. A thicker jacket may be needed for you this morning on your way to work.

Today the winds will stick around but they will not be as strong as they were yesterday. The winds will be out of the northwest blowing 15-20 mph throughout today. The showers will clear out later this morning and we will have a mix of sun and clouds the remainder of the day. Today’s highs will be in the mid to low 40’s. Enjoy today’s sunshine if you can because the clouds increase tonight and continue into Friday. Tonight’s low will be around 32 degrees.

Friday, rain and snow showers will return for a few cities and towns. Expect more snow showers in the morning and more rain by the afternoon. Friday’s high will be a around 52 degrees.

Saturday the mercury takes a tumble. Saturday’s high temperatures will struggle to get out of the 30s. We will be about 10-15 degrees below average for this time of the year. If you plan on going to the Curve game Saturday you may want to wear extra layers. Also, Saturday brings a chance of more snow showers. Our southern counties could see a passing snow showers throughout the day. If you do not see snow you will see a cloudy sky.

Sunday we begin to dry out for at lease 24 hours. The sun will return with a few passing clouds above. Sunday high will be around 40 degrees.

Monday rain and snow showers are possible again with a mostly cloudy sky. Monday high temperatures will increase a little. Expect the high temperatures to be near 45 degrees. Tuesday scattered showers take over but the temperatures should reach the upper 40’s to lower 50’s. Wednesday and Thursday looks to stay dry with a mix of sun and clouds. The mercury should continue to climb as our temperatures could reach 50-60 degrees by the afternoon.

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