01/14 Ryan’s “Grey” Monday Evening Forecast

If I had to describe today in a word that word would be “grey.” A thin sheet of upper level cloud cover has largely persisted since Saturday night and will continue into tomorrow afternoon. That, coupled with the Arctic air on the backside of Saturday’s front have made the last few days chilly, gloomy, and a bit breezy.

Those winds have calmed significantly, but will remain northerly until at least Wednesday afternoon which will keep below/near average temperatures in place until then.

At that point the winds will shift southerly as a weak front moves in, which means we’re in for a rapid warm up and showers. The Thursday front won’t bring much rain, but will trail a few areas of low pressure through until the next front arrives on Saturday. This one seems to be a bit more robust, and will certainly bring heavy rain, thunderstorms, and even possibly severe weather so stay tuned to News 25 for updates throughout the week.

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