Warm morning hours are here for awhile
Drew Wed AM
Wednesday is the first time we might see showers sneak into the forecast for a few days. The northwestern part of the state is the most likely to see showers sneak in. The southern portions of the state are likely rain free for the moment. High temperatures reach the mid 70s once again thanks to warm southern air moving in. The wind will be breezy out of the southwest at 10-15 MPH. Skies remain mostly cloudy all day.
Wednesday night brings a pause to most of the state as we move into the evening hours. Clouds will still be around but even northwestern portions of the state see a break from the rain. Low temperatures should settle down around around the 60 degree mark and winds out of the south at 5-10 MPH.
Thursday will still feature plenty of clouds outside but rain will be much less easy to come by. Even the northwest doesn’t look very wet at all. Everyone will be breezy with winds peaking at 15 MPH out of the south. High temperatures still warm in the mid 70s similar to our Wednesday .
Thursday night continues our mild trend with mid 60s around by the coldest part of night. Winds still breezy out of the south at around 10 MPH and skies remain mostly cloudy. Showers start to sneak back into the forecast in the evening. Shower activity is only expected to increase from there on out.
The rest of the week eventually continues to be cloudy and wet again. Temperatures by this point will be cooling down with a hard frost and cold days expected around Halloween. Showers are most likely Saturday afternoon to Monday morning. Next week rain slows down and skies clear out. This will help us get cold enough for 40 degree high temperatures and 20 degree low temperatures.