Just Some Patchy Frost Possible Tonight In Eastern Counties -Bill Graul
Small Rain Chances Later Week Into The Weekend
Tonight’s Forecast Low: 43F / Thursday’s Forecast High: 69F…
Partly cloudy and not quite as chilly tonight. Expect lows in the upper 30s to low 40s for most. As a result, most areas won’t have to worry about frost overnight.
The exception could be our traditional colder counties to the east (Clark, Jackson, Monroe, Juneau & Adams) which could see overnight temps in the 30-35F range… leading to the chance for some patchy frost. As a result, a FROST ADVISORY has been issued for these areas from midnight to 8 a.m. Thursday. Continue to protect sensitive plants in these areas tonight.
Mix of sun and clouds on Thursday and I can’t fully rule out a few spotty sprinkles during the afternoon hours. Most areas will stay dry, with highs in the upper 60s.
Looking Ahead… Isolated showers will be possible Friday through Sunday, but expect plenty of dry time all three days as well. Temps will remain a bit below average, with highs in the mid-upper 60s. Thanks to cloud cover at times, overnight lows should mainly be in the 40s… so any frost threat would be low.
Partly sunny and warmer on Monday, with highs in the low 70s. In fact, above average temps look to be a good bet for much of next week with highs in the mid 70s Tuesday through Thursday. Isolated t-showers look possible on Tuesday, especially later in the day. Rain chances increase into Wednesday and Thursday, with the chance for scattered showers and perhaps some t-storms at times as well.
Have a good night! -Bill Graul
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