after a dry and very mild weekend, rain has returned.
The cause is this strong area of low pressuire over
the Central Plains.
This low will move northeast toward northern Minnesota,
keeping us safely on the warm side of the storm.
This means any rpecip we see will be in the from of
And yes, maybe even some thunder.
you can see a large area of rain moving across the
Cloder to home, the radar shows a large area of light
to moderate rain mving from southwest to northeast
across the region.
The bulk of rain with system will occur tonight.
Temperautres are holding in the 40s at this hour.
They may actually rise a few degrees as the night
Wind speeds are on the increase, as well.
Look for them to remian sustained fmr the south at
10-20 mph, with gusts of 30 to 35 mph in open areas.
it is going to be a cold and breezy and rainy night.
Here is today's almanac.
Look for highs tomorrow to remain well above normal
with highs in the upper 40s to lower 50s.
As we put the maps into motion, look for a cloudy
and windy day tomorrow.
Rain chances will be a bit lower as the storm systme
will draw in a wedge of drier air that will make it
harder for precip to get going.
We'll have to wait until this occluded front comes
through for a better chance of showers from late afternoon
into the evening.
look for a mix of sun and clouds by Tuesday.
However, the upper level support for this storm will
keep rotating across the area.
This means we'll see another chance of rain and or
snow by Tuesday night into Wednesday.
Look for a windy and rainy night.
Overnight lows will drop into the middle 40s, but
may rise late tonight.
And yes, there could be a few rumbles of thunder.
South winds at 10 to 20 with gusts to 30 will make
for a less than ideal night.
It will remain cloudy, breezy and mild.
There is a chance of a few showers or even a t-storm
Look for highs in the lower 50s.
South winds will continue in the 10-20 mph range with
gusts to 30 mph.
the remains of that storm system will keep plenty
of clouds around for much of the week.
we could even see a few rain showers from time to
time, especially Wednesday into Thursday.
Temperatures will cool into the 40s by Tuesday, then
slip into the 30s by the endo f the into next weekend.
At this time, we are calling next weekend dry.