We are going to get another terrific Spring like weather day for Tuesday before a chance for snow and the cold air comes back.
Over the next several hours, you can expect a few clouds around before clear skies emerge by daybreak. Daybreak temps will drop to the low to mid 40s. Our Tuesday looks wonderful with mostly sunny skies and highs reaching the mid to upper 60s! There is a chance for showers late Tuesday night.
Wednesday is another story. An area of low pressure will start our Wednesday with cool and rainy conditions before a cold front changes the precipitation over to a rain/snow mix. Some of our northern counties could see a dusting, or up to a 1/2 of snow. Highs will be falling through the afternoon into the mid 30s by evening. Thursday morning will be flat out frigid with lows in the teens and highs only reaching the mid 30s.
The good news here is the cold air won't last. Highs rebound to the 50s by the weekend under mostly cloudy skies.
Dry & Mild
Low 43 degrees
Clouds increasing late.
High 66 degrees
From our friends at Earth Gauge
- Save 5 gallons: Shorten your shower by just two minutes.
- Save 5 gallons: Turn water off between rinsing dishes, rather than running water continuously.
- Save at least 20 gallons: Water your lawn and garden in the early morning or evening hours, when the weather is cooler and water is less likely to evaporate.
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