EVENING: Cloudy, Stray Showers.
TONIGHT: Clearing skies, cooler and breezy. Low 42.
WEDNESDAY: Early morning sun, afternoon clouds. Blustery and colder. High 52, northwest winds 10-20mph.
Tuesday’s total rain produced about a tenth of an inch for most areas. As these showers exit this evening, clearing skies occur overnight.
Winds increase Wednesday as colder air drops into the state. Wednesday will feel the coldest this week with wind speeds of 10-20mph and daytime temperatures only climbing near 50 degrees.
Thursday and Friday will see more sun, but still breezy and chilly as temperatures remain 10 degrees cooler than average. There is some concern for frost/freeze Friday morning and Saturday morning. At this time, we do not expect any widespread frost/freeze, but it will be close for some valley locations, especially Saturday morning.
-Meteorologist Eric Finkenbinder