Tracking warmer temperatures, with rain on the way
TONIGHT: Dropping back down to the low 20s, with stronger north west winds hanging on at 15-25 mph, gusts at 30. There are some chances of pop up flurries later in the night.
TOMORROW: Winds calming down significantly at 5-10 mph, and skies clearing. Both of these things combined will allow for the start of warmer temperatures in the week. We start the day off chilly, but with these things in mind we see low 40s for our high. Tomorrow night, wind flow will be shifting to the south and picking up, which sets us up for a much gustier, but warmer Monday.
EXTENDED: Monday is going to be our last clear day to enjoy the warmer weather, because even with warmer temperatures through the week, there are high rain chances. The strong southerly winds on Monday allow us to get into the upper 50s, and we're looking at partly cloudy skies, setting up for a nice start to the official spring season. Tuesday starts the trade-off part of this week, because we get our first increasing chance for widespread rain. Since there is cloud cover and this rain, Tuesday is trending to be a little cooler. Our next big chance for rain and possible thunderstorms is Thursday into Friday. With the warm air, the moisture being sucked in from the Gulf, and the increasing instability, we'll see those higher chances for thunderstorms and widespread rain. On the other hand, temperatures are still trending in the upper 50s and mid 60s. This gives us a classic start to the spring season.