SUNDAY: A cold front is driving a band of light to moderate rain showers across the viewing area today. Rain will be in the viewing area until the late afternoon/early evening hours. This should help melt off the rest of any snow left over from last Mondays system. The cold front will pass and only allow our temperatures to get up to a high of 48 degrees.
SUNDAY NIGHT: Mostly cloudy with a low of 33 degrees.
EXTENDED: A warm front will move through the area on Monday and that will welcome those warmer and more seasonal temperatures right back in the viewing area. With the warm front we will remain dry with the exception of a few possible isolated showers in the mid-day. We will clear out moving towards Tuesday and if you have any yard work you want to get done, Tuesday would be the best day to do it since we will be dry and warm. Our next batch of rain comes on Wednesday. Two cold fronts will meet up over the viewing area bringing higher rain chances increasing as we head into Wednesday evening and overnight into Thursday. Both of these days will be warm but breezy as those fronts push through. Slight rain chances stick with us as we head into next weekend but we will be back below average for our temperatures.