If you liked Saturday, you’ll like Sunday!
Abundant sunshine will once again be the rule of the day over the region. While there could be a few high clouds possible along the southern part of the region, we’ll continue to be dry with periodic breezy conditions across most of the area. Nothing significant but, like yesterday, winds generally in the 10-15 mph range can be expected.
Allergy sufferers could, once again, have some issues today as tree pollen continues to approach the high side, so if you find yourself doing some extra sniffling, that could be why.
Tonight will be another chilly night – just maybe not quite as chilly as the last few nights.
The new work-week will start dry with decent sunshine across the region. Highs will be comparable to Sunday.
Tuesday looks a touch cooler as clouds begin to move into the region ahead of our next chance for rain.
By Wednesday, we introduce some showers in the area which is expected to turn to periods of rain on Thursday. A few thunderstorms look possible as well on Thursday.
On Friday, we could have some lingering showers/storms possible during the morning. Forecasts indicate that those will lessen through the day.
For now, next weekend looks to start dry.
So, enjoy the dry wrap-up to the weekend. Grab a jacket if you’re heading out this afternoon. You’ll still need it!