Monday morning should dry out a little bit, up until about 1 PM. After that, afternoon rain showers will turn into snow showers as cold air filters into the area. Little snow accumulation is expected at this time. Temperatures will fall during the day, with temperatures near 40 degrees at 12 PM.
Wintry mix early as the storm system begins to exit after midnight. Little or no snow accumulation expected. Otherwise, cloudy skies and colder with lows near 28 degrees. Strong winds out of the NW 10-20 mph with gusts near 31.
Decreasing clouds and temperatures running only a few degrees above average at 36 degrees. Winds NW 10-15 mph with a few gusts near 28.
Partly cloudy skies Tuesday night with lows falling to 23 degrees. NW winds 5-10 mph.
High pressure continues to keep us dry and sunny on Tuesday. Slightly warmer as highs top out near 41 degrees. NW winds 5-10 mph.
Partly cloudy skies Wednesday night with lows falling to 27 degrees.
The warming trend continues on Thursday as temperatures climb to 51 degrees with mostly sunny skies.
Mostly clear skies Thursday night with lows falling to 37 degrees.
Temperatures running as much as 25 degrees above average with highs expected to be near 52 degrees. Gusty winds out of the south 10-20 mph with gusts as high as 40.
A slight chance of rain Friday night, but the heaviest of the activity at this point looks to be along or east of the Mississippi river. Lows near 34 with a 30% chance of overnight rain.
Mix of sun and clouds on Saturday with highs near 43 degrees.
Partly cloudy skies Saturday night as lows dip to 23 degrees.
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