Forecast Last Updated at Tuesday, March 11, 2014 at 6:41AM
Spring Fever Continues For One More Day
It has been awhile since we’ve had a 5-Golfball day, but today meets the requirements: Expect abundant sunshine, warm afternoon temperatures, and overall fantastic weather to get outside and take advantage of this extra hour of daylight tacked on to our afternoons. Clouds increase tonight and showers will be around late. Daytime showers (thunder?) on Wednesday will give way to a numbing drop in temperatures Wednesday night, along with snow flurries or snow showers. Any flurries will end very early Thursday morning, leading to a sunny, cold daytime. Moderation kicks-in for the weekend.
Hi: 75 Lo: 53
Mostly sunny, very mild, with Spring Fever; More clouds with a chance for showers after midnight Tuesday night; Light NW wind becoming SW
Hi: 67 Lo: 21
Mostly cloudy with showers likely; Maybe some thunder; Turning much colder & very windy Wednesday night with snow flurries & snow showers; SW wind 5-15 mph becoming NW 15-25 gusting to 45 late
Hi: 36 Lo: 23
Early morning snow flurries; Becoming clear; Much colder; NW wind 15-25 mph gusting to 40, diminishing PM
Hi: 56 Lo: 36
Sunny with moderating temperatures; More clouds arriving Friday night
Hi: 58 Lo: 37
Lots of clouds; Seasonable temperatures
Sunday - More clouds with a chance for rain, especially PM; The rain could mix with snow Sunday night; High in the mid 50s; Low in the mid 30s
Monday - AM rain or snow; Becoming partly cloudy; High in the lower 50s; Low in the lower 30s
Spring Fever will be rampant by close-of-business today with sunshine and warmth creating an irresistible urge to get outside. Clouds will return tonight, and late showers will precede a strong cold front.
The cold front will plow through by late-afternoon. Showers can be expected, and maybe a thundershowers. Temperatures will crash Wednesday evening, and expect to see some snow flurries or even a couple snow showers flying around in the strong, gusty northwest winds. After leftover early morning flurries exit, Thursday will be bright and sunny, but cold.
A moderation in temperatures will commence on Friday, and this upward swing will continue into the upcoming weekend. Clouds will be in greater abundance by this weekend, and there will be some rain to contend with, at least by late Sunday. There could be enough cold air present for some snow to mix in Sunday night or early Monday.
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