Another chilly day is forecast across the region. High pressure located to the northwest of the region will continue to push colder air into the region from the northwest. This will result in high temperatures in the mid to upper 40s despite mostly sunny skies.
The aforementioned area of high pressure will slide to the south overnight. This will lead to fair, but cold conditions. Lows will drop into the mid 20s under mostly clear skies.
High pressure will continue to slide southward as upper level flow continues to be out of the north. This will cause a gradual transition to southerly winds on Wednesday. However, I still expect temperatures to remain in the upper 40s under mostly sunny skies.
We’ll begin to see the southwest winds effect temperatures on Wednesday night. Lows will drop only into the mid to upper 30s under mostly clear skies.
Low pressure well to the west of the region and high pressure to the south of the region will direct surface flow in from the south on Thursday. This will lead to much warmer conditions as highs will likely top out in the low 60s under partly cloudy skies.
Rain will likely move into the region Thursday night and into Friday as lows drop into the mid 40s. A rainy period of weather may extend into the weekend.
That should wrap up this forecast. Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a wonderful day!
-Meteorologist Jacob Wilkins