Long-range forecast models are indicating a significant warm up is on the way for late Sunday and into next week after a week of unseasonably cool and wet weather.
A trough and upper-level low pressure over the great-lakes region will continue to affect our area by bringing down cool and wet conditions as it slowly meanders south over the next 36-hours or so.
Tonight: Fog, drizzle and scattered showers throughout the overnight, maybe even rumble or two of thunder. Low temperature 57 with a light NE wind.
Tuesday, Cloudy, fog and drizzle in the morning, some heavier showers and perhaps some periods of light rain. Cool with highs only in the upper 50’s to near 60.
Tuesday night, Remaining cloudy with some fog, drizzle and falling temperatures. Temperatures falling through the 50’s into the upper 40’s toward daybreak Wed.
The low is expected to move south from the great lakes area ahead of a building high pressure sometime Wednesday morning, bringing cooler-dryer air with it. Clouds could break later in the afternoon, highs in the mid to upper 60’s and could break 70. Under clear, calm conditions temperature could fall in the lower 50 and uppers 40’s again.
Clouds returning on Thursday and become partly to mostly cloudy, with only a slight chance of a shower….should remain dry. High near 74.
Friday, Partly sunny highs near 80.
Weekend into next week, the whole pattern shifts…the trough will lift and a developing Bermuda high builds in. SW winds on the return flow and temperatures well into the 80’s and maybe even the 90’s are possible.