Clouds have broken allowing our temperatures to break the 60 degree mark yet again. Temperatures should hover around the upper 50's and the low 60's depending on where the cloud deck is. 


Rain is likely tonight going into tomorrow. Good news is that this will not be anywhere as bad as the rain we had during the past week. The wind will begin to pick up as rain develops.  


Expect a wet and windy day for most of Thursday with highs in the middle 50’s. These temperatures won’t last long as cold air moves through the area after 1 pm tomorrow. The temperatures will drop fast so you might want to carry around a heavier jacket and an umbrella for your commute tomorrow. 

7-Day Forecast:


Spring break starts off on the right foot with clouds leaving early on Friday leading the way for a bright sunny day. Saturday and Sunday are much the same with plentiful amounts of sunshine for the weekend. Temperatures will warm back up over 10 degrees above average Rain chances work their way back in to the start of the week next week with our high temperatures staying in the lower 50’s. 

 -- Weather Forecaster Jordan Nienaber

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