03/29 Ryan’s “Tricky” Monday Night Forecast

Another tricky start to the week as our sunny and dry weather we started with won’t last much longer. Clouds will begin to gather as early as tonight, with overcast skies expected shortly after sunrise.

Expect a warmer low than last night, now up to 59 degrees with patchy fog and light southerly winds.

A stray showers is possible overnight, but scattered showers will become more frequent into the afternoon. Expect rain chances to rise to 40%, with a warmer, more humid high near 75. Thunderstorms will be hard, if not impossible, to come by so generally expect light-to-moderate showers.

Thunderstorm chances increase Wednesday as a cold front slides through, giving us a “marginal” risk of severe weather.

The front will be through before sunrise on Thursday, leading to a few chilly nights and sunny, mild days. Expect this pattern to hold through Easter weekend, with slight rain chances returning a week from today.

Categories: Weather Headlines, WXXV Team

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