Today: The sun is finally out after the gloomy day that we had yesterday allowing us to get 20-25 degrees warmer than we were yesterday. This just goes to show the power that the April sun has. Rain chances begin to build in during the afternoon with rain moving in the evening hours.
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This Evening: Temperatures this evening will push to the mid and lower 30's by midnight. At the 6 o'clock hour, the outside temperature sat at 39 degrees, with clearing conditions starting to set in after a cloudy Tuesday. Despite the cold, we are still seeing increasing temperatures, which will continue to climb throughout the week.
Today: Chilly temperatures continue throughout the day today, with a high of only 45 degrees expected. Conditions will also remain quite breezy, although the wind will begin to die down this evening. The good news is that skies will clear slightly by the evening hours.
Tonight: Light snow showers are possible through the evening hours, but no accumulation is expected. Temperatures drop into the upper 20s tonight, so grab a coat if heading out tonight.
Tonight: Winds from the west at 15-20 mph will persist throughout the night along with cloudy skies and a low temperature of 29 degrees.
Tonight: Winds will die down to around 10-15 mph with wind gusts greater than 20 mph. After the sunsets, the temperatures will fall fast then bottoming out at 58° with very little cloud cover.
Today: We are above 70 degrees today which would be our second 70-degree day this year. Our first 70-degree day was February 20. The winds will be a reason why we hit 70+ degrees. We will have breezy winds out of the SW that can gust between 30-40 mph.
Tonight: Hope you had the chance to enjoy the warm weather today! The warmth will last throughout the night, with lows only dropping to around 50 degrees. Clouds will also cover the area, as a weather system passes to our north. An isolated shower could pass through our area, but most of the rain associated with this system should remain to our north.
Today: Clouds move in throughout the day today as the temperatures increase. Conditions will warm near 45 degrees by the end of the day.
Tonight: Temperatures drop into the mid 20s tonight, so grab the jacket if heading out the door! It will feel quite cold through the overnight hours.
Tonight: Temperatures will dip down well below freezing this evening to 24ºF. Note northwesterly winds will make temperatures feel about ten degrees cooler.
Today/Tonight: We have a cold front moving through today which will bring a chance of showers later this evening around 4 pm and clearing out before the night hours. Low will drop down to the mid 20s tonight.
Tonight: Scattered showers are possible in the area throughout the evening, but not everyone will see them. Temperatures will fall to 38° and winds will be on the increase.
Today: We will reach a high of 46 degrees with clouds building in throughout the afternoon. A light rain shower is possible in the afternoon hours. Winds will be on the lighter side out of the WSW at 5 to 10 mph.
Tonight: Those cold temperatures you've been feeling throughout the day will linger on into tonight. Temperatures dip below freezing by 1 AM. Make sure those windows are locked so no cold air seeps through.
Today: After the cold front moved through overnight bringing in wind and snow showers. The wind has been fast out of the west around 20-30 mph. We have had gusts around 40 mph throughout the area. Temperatures will struggle to get out of the middle 30's with our high for today reaching about 37 degrees.
This Evening: A tornado watch remains in effect until 8 PM this evening.
Today: Rain, along with a few rumbles of thunder, will continue to persist through the morning, causing flooding in certain areas. Another round of storms move in in the afternoon to evening hours, which could be severe in nature. All modes are on the table, but damaging winds look to be the main threat.