Fair weather holds up today and temperatures moderate even a bit further over yesterdays cooler readings. A weather front dropping southward toward the region will result in an increase in clouds overnight and there’s a light chance of a sprinkle. The front shifts northward away from our area for awhile Tuesday morning, so some breaks in the clouds are possible before clouds return for the afternoon. A few showers could also develop during the afternoon, but the bulk of the rain will arrive getting into Tuesday evening into Wednesday morning. We’re still into some relatively warm air to begin Wednesday, but as another cold front clears the region with rain and perhaps some thunderstorms, temperatures will begin to fall by later in the day. There is a marginal chance of severe thunderstorms and the wind will gust to at least 45 mph following the frontal passage. More seasonably cold weather, if not a bit below normal temperatures for this time of year, will return for the end of the week. Scattered snow showers and some limited lake effect snow will accompany the chilly weather.
MONDAY: Mostly to Partly Sunny, Diminishing Breeze during the Afternoon, High: 43-47, Wind: SW 10-20 G30 during the morning
MONDAY NIGHT: Partly Clear this Evening, Clouds Increase Overnight, a few Sprinkles possible later, Low: 33-37, Wind: Light S
TUESDAY: Breaks in the Clouds, especially during the morning. A few afternoon Showers, High: 55, Wind: Light S/8-18, Low: 49
WEDNESDAY: Rain and a few Thunderstorms, marginal risk of severe thunderstorms, Warm Early, Strong Wind Gusts possible, Turning Colder PM, High: 59, Low: 29
THURSDAY: Mix of Clouds and Sun, Breezy, Cooler, Few Scattered Snow Showers, High: 32, Low: 18
FRIDAY: Mostly Cloudy, Chance of Snow, High: 27, Low: 15
SATURDAY: Partly Sunny, High: 37, Low: 30.
SUNDAY: Mostly Cloudy, High: 43, Low: 37