Our next wave of moisture will move through the area today, but not everyone will benefit.
A low will move through the area today with the core of this low moving through the area during the day.
The further south you go on Sunday, the more likely you are to climb into the 50s for daytime highs…keeping in any moisture that comes in the form of rain.
To the north, temperatures will have a little more difficulty warming up beyond the high 30s and low 40s. As a result, we may see a possibility of light accumulation due to wet snow later in the day. Be aware of this as you go about your day.
We will calm down as we head into the night with a gradual clearing. Overnight lows fall into the 20s over much of KELOLAND.
Similar to Saturday, we have a nice break on Monday with partly sunny skies and a light breeze from the south. Highs range from the 50s in the East River to the 60s in the west. The break, however, is short-lived.
The active weather model restarts on Tuesday with another chance to see moisture again… but this time it will be mostly in the form of rain. The highs remain stable in the 50s and the lows in the 60s.
The remainder of the midweek outlook could see more rain with a chance of wet snow through Thursday, particularly East River as the low pressure is rather slow on its way out. The odds in the west will be a little lower, although not zero.
At the end of the work week, we will once again calm down and prepare to move forward into the coming weekend.
Beyond the 7 day forecast, the chances of near to above average temperatures prevail as we head into the middle of the month.