Cue wind shift and warmer weather
Highs in the upper 20s and low 30s on Saturday only felt like the teens with a wind chill. Clouds eventually broke apart from the morning, and we will continue on to clear skies overnight. With that and winds dying down, it’ll be a cold start to Sunday. Low temperatures are going to drop to the single digits, so with any wind, it won’t take much to feel subzero for a time during Sunday morning.
The warming trend starts Sunday, despite a bitter cold early morning. Winds finally kick back to be out of the south, and it will gust up to 30 mph throughout the day and continue overnight into Monday. With that, spring looks to start out in the 60s.
A slight cool down happens on Tuesday with light rain chances. Light rain is possible early Tuesday before another wave brings chances for the evening, too. Scattered rain chances then come to an end for most of Wednesday. A break in the precipitation is expected at this point until Wednesday night.
Rain chances look to linger through Thursday, but daytime temperatures will be holding out in the 50s. Here’s to hoping spring is here to stay.
Meteorologist Jessica Blum