Rain, maybe even snow, moving in overnight for your Monday commute

Snow could mix in for some areas early Monday
6AM Monday Future Radar
Posted at 4:35 AM, Apr 17, 2022
and last updated 2022-04-18 00:30:22-04

Happy Easter Sunday! Colder temperatures have been the name of the game this weekend, but we will add some rain to that cold overnight tonight.

Clouds will start to move in through the overnight tonight ahead of our next weather maker. As the clouds move in overnight so will the rain. Expect the showers to move in after 1 a.m. and continue through the major of the morning hours. Rain will be steady for most and will last into the morning commute.

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Rain overnight for Monday morning, Snow could mix in!

Mother Nature is trying to throw a little curveball in there as well, with some spots north of the city having the potential for a wintry mix. Some snowflakes could mix in for areas north of downtown before sunrise. Either way, it looks as though it will be cold start for everyone Monday morning. Temperatures will be into the mid to upper 30s.

Lingering showers will continue into the middle of the day Monday before we start to dry out. Temperatures will stay cool, only reaching the upper 40s and low 50s. Looking at an afternoon high in the city near 48°. Winds may be breezy at times, with gusts up to 15 mph.

The cold will continue overnight into Tuesday with temperatures dipping into the low to mid 30s. There is a small chance at a nuisance shower for some spots Tuesday afternoon, but don’t expect anything sizable.

Low Temperatures Tuesday Morning in the low 30s
Low Temperatures Tuesday Morning in the low 30s

Signs are pointing to a nice warm up as we move into next weekend. There is even a small chance that we could see the 80s for the second time this year!

Increasing clouds
High: 53

Rain after midnight
Wintry mix north
Low: 37

Linger showers
Cloudy and cool
High: 48

Partly cloudy
Staying cool
High: 52


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