Overnight a slight increase in the clouds because of a fast moving cold front. The cold front brought through slight moisture to allow for the clouds to build. Over the course of the day the clouds are expected to break apart and dissipate by the late afternoon. With the warm temperatures yesterday that warmed the surface is should not be hard to be able to get rid of the cold clouds. The above average temperatures are around for the remainder of the week with plenty of sunshine, with a potential chance of wintry mix.
The temperatures are forecast yet again to reach the upper 30s and lower 40s in the Coulee Region. Today should be very similar to yesterday, expect for the cloudier skies. The surface was warmed from the sunshine from yesterday and this will help to rapidly rebound temperatures to the 40s. After the clouds move out sunshine will take over for the start of the work week.
Work Week Forecast…
A look ahead to the start of your work week forecast is unseasonable mild. Temperatures all week are forecast to be above the average temperature for this time of the year, which is 29/28 degrees. It will be another fairly dry week as well. There is a chance to see another round of wintry mix on Wednesday that could make for another messy day. With temperatures being so warm rain is possible but upper air and overnight temperatures are cold enough to create ice crystals in the clouds. After that system temperatures will slowly decrease to more seasonable temperatures.
Enjoy your Sunday!
-Stormtracker 19 Meteorologist Alyssa Triplett