Rain falls this morning marking the 16th day this month with precipitation. A lot of that precipitation has been in the form of rain but that will change as the pattern changes later this week. The rain will mainly be confined to the first half of today with cloud cover lingering all day long. Pops of sun tomorrow will cause the temperature to pop back into the 50's. The mild spell will be short lived as a cold front ushers in a colder air mass by Thursday. Rain showers will accompany the front Wednesday night. It turns cold enough for snow showers Thursday through Friday. A light accumulation of snow can lead to a few slick spots by Friday morning. Several systems will dive into the area under northwest flow this weekend with snow showers. Some light accumulations are possible, especially on Sunday.
This Afternoon: Scattered showers, cloudy, high 42.
Tonight: Cloudy, low 35.
Wednesday: Partly sunny, showers later in the day and evening, milder, high 54.
Thursday: Breezy, colder, snow showers, early day high temperature in the upper 30's.
Friday: Snow showers, cloudy, low 29, high 32.
Saturday: Cloudy, flurries, low 24, high 32.
Sunday: Cloudy, snow, low 26, high 32.
Monday: Cloudy, flurries, low 20, high 30.
Today's Record Temperatures