EVENING: Scattered clouds and cool. Temps near 48.
TONIGHT: Scattered clouds, cool. Low 33.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny and seasonable. High 56.
Clouds were stubborn for our Tuesday but we still managed to warm into the 50s near our average high for late March. Clouds will still linger over the area through this evening and most of tonight with lows dropping into the 30s.
Wednesday features more sunshine and we should be very close to our seasonable high of 56 for the afternoon. A cold front could bring a brief shower Wednesday night as it increases our winds and keeps us a little cooler for Thursday.
We bounce back Friday with highs into the 60s. Clouds will also increase Friday as our next round of rain arrives Friday night into Saturday. Outdoor plans look tough for Saturday with rain showers and gusty southerly winds throughout the day. Rain amounts for Saturday could average near a half inch. Sunday will be dry, but breezy and cooler.
The big story is the developing warm airmass that will start our first week of April. We expect highs to be in the 60s and 70s for most of next week!
-Meteorologists Eric Finkenbinder