Though I expect plenty of cloud cover and spotty raindrops to start Sunday morning… the bulk of widespread rain doesn’t arrive until after dark. This is a notable change from our previous forecast, but it does appear the system in the central U-S will arrive slower than anticipated.
The drier day, combined with steady southerly wind at 20mph, will produce unseasonably warm highs in the mid 60s for most! This will mark our warmest day since mid-February.
Below on Future Trak 13 you can see that Sunday night into Monday morning will be our wet stretch. Rain amounts will near .50-1″ for most before 5pm Monday.
The end of the rain will mark a return to cold. Temps early Monday start in the 50s and gradually fall into the 30s behind the passage of a cold front.
Tuesday through Thursday will see temperatures a good 10°-15° below normal… including the possibility of flurries in the chilly air. Thanks for reading the blog and hope you get a chance to enjoy the taste of spring Sunday!