Showers, thunderstorms arrive by Tuesday night, staying warm through Wednesday

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Significant cool-down coming by Friday...

TONIGHT: Increasing Clouds. Lo 45.

TUESDAY: Mostly Cloudy, Stray Showers. Hi 65.

WEDNESDAY: Pre-Dawn T-storms, Clearing After Noon. Warm! Hi 73.

What a gorgeous day we had! Temperatures made it into the mid to upper 60s for all and the April sun felt great! Mostly clear skies will continue this evening as temperatures fall back into the 50s. As a series of fronts approach the Mid-state, clouds will increase after midnight with overnight lows dipping into the mid to upper 40s.

Tuesday begins the series of unsettled weather this week but no day will be a washout. Stray showers are possible Tuesday afternoon and evening, otherwise skies will be mostly cloudy. A better chance for showers and storms will come with a disturbance Tuesday night. It could be a stormy night with some gusty winds and hail possible with the strongest cores, though the greatest severe potential looks to stay just west of our area. By noon-time Wednesday, any leftover showers or storms will have exited and skies will clear out for the afternoon. Wednesday will likely be the warmest day of the week as daytime highs reach the low 70s! A quick round of showers will cross mid-day Thursday before much cooler air moves in for Thursday night.

The start of Easter weekend will feature dry weather but highs don’t look to get out of the 50s Friday or Saturday. Overnight lows will be in the 30s. Clouds and some late-day showers will move in for Easter, but it doesn’t look to be a washout at this point. Some more widespread rain looks to move in Easter night and into next Monday morning.

-Meteorologist Adis Juklo

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