New Few Days: Cold To Mild Ending with Rain

New Few Days: Cold To Mild Ending with Rain

Less along the coast for now but I expect all of the numbers will increase in the coming hours until about 9 to 10am when the heaviest of the rain should be moving to the Northeast.

Following snow concerns on Friday night, temperatures will rise through in some places overnight due to a light southwesterly flow, said Chief Meteorologist Bruce DePrest. Most of the rain seems to be lining up in a Southwest to Northeast fashion along the I-69 corridor with the highest accumulations along that area. Some lingering showers are possible the chance of rain is 20% or less.

Saturday night: A chance of showers.

The rain will be heavy at times, and some street flooding is possible. Friday will be partly sunny with highs in the low 50s. Chance for a few showers Wednesday evening into Thursday. Overnight lows will stay very mild into the mid to upper 50's. Look for highs in the upper 40s. Highs will be in the mid-70s with south winds around 5 miles per hour. It does get colder Monday night with clearing skies allowing temps to bottom out in the teens for most. Temperatures will be in the upper 60s to near 70 degrees with breezy conditions. Highs Monday will hit the upper 40s with upper 50s on Tuesday.

The rain coverage could change a little bit going through the week but the bottom line is that we're going to deal with a little rain every day, but it wont be an all day sort of thing. That warm pocket of air slowly spreads to the north in the afternoon, temporarily creating a sharp temperature gradient over a short distance before we all tap into the 60-degree air by the late afternoon.

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