Then quickly departs.
But as least we finally have something! Let’s take a look.
The entire process begins late Tuesday as an area of low pressure begins to develop in the southern Plains. This low will RAPIDLY intensify becoming an impressively strong storm system by late Wednesday. We’ll be on the warmer side of this one (FINALLY) and the result will be a dose of warmer, Gulf of Mexico air that will bring 50s, 60s, and 70s to areas of the Ohio Valley and eastern Midwest.
Showers will move in Wednesday along the warm front, but temps should make it well into the 50s despite the rain and cloud cover. By Thursday morning the rain and even a few t’storms should be moving in out ahead of the front–so we look to have a round or two of heavier rain, but the cold air lags well behind with this system. We’re forecasting temps well into the 60s Thursday before the cold air hits!
Then we’re back to reality with gusty winds as we head into Friday and Saturday. Yes, we may even see a few flakes. Let’s not talk about that yet.
Let’s get back to the TEMPS! Here’s our forecast as of Sunday night:
We’ll continue to fine-tune the numbers for you as we get closer to our spring-like days!