Dry, Warm Then Rain, Cool
Mid-level high pressure kept us dry today and will do so tonight, Plus, drier air filtering in from the northeast will help dew points drop into the 50s overnight. A quite pleasant evening tonight will lead into a dry, sunny day on Friday.
Low pressure moving northeast out of the Northern Plains into Canada will sling a cold front through our area Saturday/Saturday night. The front will bring isolated showers across the region on Saturday before becoming stationary Sunday into Monday to start a period of unsettled weather next week. A few shortwave pulses of energy will ride along the front and help trigger isolated showers Sunday into Monday.
Rain chances will increase on Tuesday and Wednesday ahead of another cold front that will push through by Thursday. Cooler, drier are moves in behind the front to end the work week next week.
-Chief Meteorologist Miller Robson
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