ABC7 StormWatch with Doug Hill and Jacqui Jeras
Today's Forecast Updated Tuesday at 4:34 AM
Expect rain showers to move into the region today and winds to move into the region tomorrow
- This Morning:
- A Little Sunshine
- Temperatures: 50s
- Wind: S 2-5 mph
- This Afternoon:
- Rain Chances Increasing
- Temperatures: 60s
- Wind: W 3-5 mph
- Rain Showers
- Temperatures: 50s
- Wind: NW 5-10 mph increasing
After some morning sunshine, we can expect shower activity as a cold front approaches the region. Temperatures today should still manage to make it into the upper 60s however, expect rain showers into the overnight hours and through tomorrow. Winds pick up for tomorrow and by 7 a.m., you are going to feel them. Winds will move northwest at 10-20 mph tomorrow with higher gusts making it feel somewhat blustery. Temperatures tomorrow will only top out in the 50s. Rain showers will come to an end by Wednesday afternoon/evening but the winds will stick around into Thursday. Thursday, we should clear to some sunshine by the afternoon hours but winds will not calm until the evening hours. Sunshine will reign as high pressure takes over by the end of the week. Sunshine will stick through the weekend with gradually warming temperatures.
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