The next 24 hours will feature periods of rain, rumbles of thunder and a roller coaster ride of temperatures.
First the rain. It’s moving in this morning and will become widespread by midday. Rain amounts will range from .25″-.75″ by Monday morning.
Clouds, rain and an easterly wind equals a raw Sunday morning. Temperatures will stay steady in the mid 40s, with a slow warm up into the mid 50s between 4-5pm.
Thunderstorms are possible this afternoon/evening, but the rain will quickly depart after midnight. Taking its place will be tumbling temperatures Monday. Daytime highs tomorrow actually occur at midnight, and will steadily fall into the lower 30s by the time you head home from work Monday afternoon/evening. The transition may also produce some flurries or a sct’d snow showers.
This marks the beginning of a brief stretch of air more typical of December. But notice how quickly temperatures approach 50 degrees by the end of the week.
With the exception of some flurries/snow showers Monday, the next 7 days will be snow free. So I thought I’d share this snowfall potential map for those of you fans of winter weather. Heavy snow will drop across the Upper Midwest, with parts of Minnesota possibly seeing 10″+. Hope it helps. Have a great day! Sean Ash