StormWatch 7 Interactive Radar Map
Today's Forecast Updated Wednesday at 3:50 PM
Sunshine and warmer temperatures return Thursday, but big changes are in the forecast this weekend.
- Mainly Clear and Cool
- Lows: 37°-43°
- Wind: Light
- Mostly Sunny, Breezy and Warm
- Highs: near 70°
- Wind: Southwest 10-20 mph
- Showers, Isolated T-Storms
- Highs: lower 70s
- Wind: Southwest 10-15 mph
April is getting off to a great start weather-wise with plenty of sunshine and only slightly below average temperatures. High pressure is responsible for the clear skies and that will continue tonight. As high pressure moves eastward tomorrow, the winds will swing to the south and pull in noticeably warmer air. We expect sunny skies tomorrow with highs around 70 degrees.
On Friday, a warm front will approach the area closely followed by a trailing cold front. So, Friday will be warm…in the 70s…but it will be wet with rain becoming likely. Isolated thunderstorms will be possible later Friday. By Saturday morning, the cold front will have crossed our region. And with that passage, the rain will end and skies will clear throughout the day. Temperature will be much cooler. Even with afternoon sunshine, high temperatures will hold in the 50s.
On Easter Sunday, we are forecasting mostly sunny skies with highs in the lower 60s. If you have plans early Sunday morning, expect clear skies and temperatures around 40 degrees.
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