We saw mostly cloudy skies with rain showers for a majority of our Saturday. Temperatures generally climbed only to the mid 50s. Clouds cleared in the evening however making for a very pleasant Saturday night! Expect temperatures to drop to the low 40s overnight with light winds and clear skies. Some patchy dense fog could develop early morning Sunday.
Great end to the weekend…
Hopefully you have outdoor activities planned for Sunday as it will be our warmest of the next seven days by far. Expect temperatures to climb into the low to mid 60s during the afternoon with partly cloudy skies. We should stay dry for most of the day, but then another system will move in overnight.
Next system bringing rainfall…
Our next rain producer is organizing over the Rockies as we speak. It will bring some measurable rainfall to the region on Monday. Temps Monday will be in the upper 50s before a cold front drops us to the upper 40s for Tuesday. We will see some back end moisture with a few scattered showers into Tuesday as well as windy conditions.
Late week sunshine?
Expect a fairly cool week of temperatures after Monday generally in the upper 40s for highs. Cloudy conditions are likely midweek before we could see some much needed sunshine by Friday! Temps could rebound to the low to mid 50s for the weekend (fingers crossed)!
Have a great rest of your night!
-Stormtracker 19 Meteorologist Warren Sears