THE REST OF THE DAY / TONIGHT: Clouds will continue to scour out this afternoon and evening as high pressure builds in across the upper Midwest overnight. Temps will be on the cold side tonight as they drop into the 10s.
SATURDAY MORNING: We’ll see some sunshine during the morning with temps in the 20s to near 30. Jacket needed, but no precip!
SATURDAY AFTERNOON: Clouds will begin to filter back in as a quick-moving and rather weak system floats through the Region. A mix of rain and snow will develop west of us during the early afternoon.
SATURDAY LATE AFTERNOON / EVENING:
A brief period of rain, mixing with snow at times, will move through the Region before quickly clearing off to the east Saturday evening. Our temps will be above freezing, so any snow that does mix in likely won’t stick.
The system quickly moves out–so if you have Saturday evening plans, they look better by each passing hour as the precip moves east.
SUNDAY: We’ll return to some sunshine and temps will begin to moderate out ahead of our early week warm up. We should make it into the 40s Sunday before clouds and rain move back in for your Monday.
Watch how quickly the moisture returns–and the AMOUNT of moisture by early in the week:
An axis of heavy rainfall is likely to set up somewhere in the area–we’ll finetune that forecast over the next few days, but periods of rain are likely beginning Sunday night through Tuesday: