Overnight: Some late clearing: low in the upper 20s
Sunday: Becoming mostly sunny; high in the mid 40s
Sunday Night: Becoming cloudy with rain by morning.
Monday: Rain ant times; high in the low 60s
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, chance of a shower; record warmth with highs near 70
Light snow ends and roads should remain wet. Then we dry out overnight and some late clearing will allow us to drop to the upper 20s in the morning. Sunday will be a nice day and with copious rain coming our way next week, take advantage. Mostly sunny skies will allow temperatures to rise into the mid and perhaps in spots upper 40s. Monday will be wet but warmer, as we’ll climb up into the lower 60s. Much of the rain Tuesday now looks to stay just to our west. While a shower is possible, most will have a fairly dry day it appears and that will allow us to warm even more. The record high for the date is 69, set just two years ago. We have a very good chance to beat it by a degree or two. Then more rain is back Wednesday; likely be the wettest day of the week. Temperatures Wednesday will be in the 50s. Thursday looks dry with highs in the 40s, but showers will return for Friday and Saturday. Highs those two days will be back in the 50s. Over the next week we could easily see two to three inches of rain if not a bit more. This will almost certainly lead to river flooding across the region.
Today's Record Temperatures