Have your umbrella handy this evening as scattered showers will be possible. Most the activity will be ending after midnight apart from a sprinkle or two. Thanks to the cloud cover and breezy winds tonight, temperatures will remain mild, in the upper 30s.
Clouds from a storm system to our south will linger into a good chunk of your Saturday. Most of us will see a dry but breezy day. Rain will still be possible for areas, mainly south of I-90 during the morning and midday hours. Winds will be blustery through the day on Saturday before the storm system pulls away late in the day. That should allow some late-day clearing and sunshine. Highs will top out in the 50s. A bit cooler to the south where clouds will linger longer.
Skies will be clear Saturday night and winds will diminish as that storm system departs. Sunday is looking beautiful with ample sunshine and highs heading for 60° or so!
A sunny and quiet start to the new week with the warming trend continuing for our area. Highs on Monday will top out in the mid-60s. We'll be watching a weak disturbance that will bring some scattered clouds Tuesday into Wednesday. Right now this system doesn't look strong enough to produce any rain, but we'll have to watch it. It will slow the warm up though just a bit. By late in the week, more sunshine and a developing southwest flow will help push temperatures up over 70 degrees to start the month of May.
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