1/26 – Jeff Vorick’s “Sunny & Cool” Thursday Afternoon Forecast
We are amidst a cold stretch of days to end this week. The good news for warm weather lovers is that a warming trend is in sight. Skies will be mostly clear this afternoon and evening. With high pressure making its closest approach, skies will clear out overnight and winds will become light. Tomorrow morning will be the coldest of this week with temperatures in the low to mid 30s.
The warm-up begins tomorrow with high pressure scooting east. Southerly flow will help bring in more moisture. Clouds will be on the increase Friday into Saturday. Temperatures will moderate to start the weekend with slightly less cold conditions Saturday morning, and 60s for high temperatures during the day. A storm system will be forming to our west this weekend.
The system is poised to bring efficient rainfall to our area. Any thunderstorms will be elevated in nature so severity is not on the table. The bulk of the rainfall will come during the day Sunday with some lingering rain Monday. There won’t be cooldown behind this system. Instead, it looks like the start of the next workweek will be mild!