A Wet and Mild Week Ahead

Today:
Cloudy
Winds S 10-15 MPH, Gusts 30 MPH
60% Chance Showers
Thunderstorms after 1pm
H: 64 L: 58

Wednesday:
Rain
Windy
Slight Chance Rain/Snow before 1am
H: 60 L: 30

Thursday:
Partly Sunny
Chance Showers after 1pm
40% Chance Evening Rain/Snow
H: 45 L: 28

Friday:
Partly Cloudy
H: 41 L: 30

Saturday:
Mostly Sunny
H: 57 L: 45

Sunday:
Partly Sunny
H: 63 L: 50

Monday:
Mostly Cloudy
60% Chance Rain
Possible Thunderstorm
H: 57 L: 37

Forecast Discussion: Temperatures remain stubbornly unseasonable most of the week with only Thursday and Friday breaking the monotony. This week will also be particularly wet. Today’s storms and rain will be caused by a warm front moving through the area. On Wednesday, a cold front will bring more precipitation. Thursday evening, we see the possibility of snow due to an Alberta clipper coming through late in the evening. There will be a reprieve in the precipitation for the weekend and then the rain will return on Monday, along with mild temperatures and even a possible thunderstorm. It is also important to notice that our area is under a slight risk for severe weather Tuesday evening. However, the most important thing to take from the forecast is the knowledge that you’ll need a jacket, rain boots, and an umbrella most of the week! For more weather updates from WCRD Weather, follow us on Twitter @WCRDWX and stay tuned to 91.3 WCRD.

– WCRD Weather Forecaster, Brooklyn Boatright