3/24 – Jeff’s “Unsettled Pattern Arrives” Friday Afternoon Forecast

Warm temperatures, breezy conditions, and cloud coverage will dominate this afternoon. High temperatures will be in the 80s with winds gusting nearly 30 MPH. Inclement weather in the form of severe thunderstorms will occur later on today, well to our north of our area. The associated cold front will 30% or so chance of showers and thunderstorms overnight.

The cold front will barely make it through our area Saturday. Skies will clear through the day and it will remain warm this weekend. The front will stall then lift back to the north bringing elevated rain chances Sunday through Tuesday. There will be the potential for very efficient rainmakers at times during this period.

A cold front will eventually clear the area Tuesday into Wednesday. It will provide for a cool-down and dry time towards the middle of the week.

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