Forecaster: Shaun Lynch Email: email@example.com
Issued: 8:00 PM
on Sunday, March
A surface high remains to our southwest as tonight will feature mostly clear to partly clear skies. Over the next couple of days the surface high will travel eastward, positioning itself as to give us southernly flow. This will bring in warmer temperatures as well as more moisture in the air, so expect a pleasant Monday and Tuesday that will feature highs in the low to mid 60s as well as a fair amount of sunshine. This changes however as a solid trough will sweep through and bring a low pressure along with it. This will provide for a wet Wednesday with rain beginning in the wee hours of the morning. With cold temperatures behind the surface low there is a possibility of a transition to sleet or possibly even snow late during this event. While high temperatures will drop into the mid 30s for Thursday, a surface high will at least provide us with plenty of sunshine. Look for temperatures to rebound Friday as the clear skies stick around to end the work week.
View the forecaster's notes.
|Tonight||mostly clear||no precipitation||SW at 5 to 10 mph||Low 31°F|
|Monday||mostly sunny||no precipitation||SW at 10 to 15 mph||High 62°F|
|Monday Night||partly cloudy||no precipitation||SW at 5 to 10 mph||Low 40°F|
|Tuesday||partly cloudy||no precipitation||SW at 0 to 5 mph||High 64°F|
|Wednesday||cloudy||a 90% chance of rain||H 48/L 12|
|Thursday||mostly sunny||no precipitation||H 33/L 21|
|Friday||sunny||no precipitation||H 55/L 33|