Similar to this morning, expect temperatures to fall quickly overnight Tuesday into Wednesday morning. By 9pm most temperatures will be down to the upper 50s/lower 60s, with even a few places to the northwest cooler than that. Wednesday daytime highs will be in the upper 60s with a few isolated morning showers. After the rain moves out, cloud cover will start to decrease.
We had lots of sunshine to start the day off but isolated showers will move in by the late afternoon. Rain is still looking a bit heavier to our north and south with this system. New rainfall amounts will only be up to about 0.10” tonight. We will see plenty of breaks and like what we had on Sunday, most places only will pick up trace amounts. Wednesday morning there will be a few lingering isolated showers before we start to see clouds decrease.
Winds were breezy yesterday and luckily we broke that pattern somewhat Tuesday during the day, but they will pick up overnight gusting up to 20-25mph. The breezy conditions will last into Wednesday morning.
Thursday and Friday are the days we are watching for chances of severe weather. The Storm Prediction Center has areas to our northwest under a slight risk (level 2 out of 5) for severe storms. So the best chance remains to our northwest but we could see a few of these dying storms travel through the area later in the day as the SPC does have northwest areas in the Stateline under a marginal level (1 out of 5). The SPC is also still targeting our southeast counties for Friday.
Temperatures will fall mid-week for your Wednesday before rising again ahead of a cold front. Thursday and Friday we warm up with a chance for rain and storms. Then much cooler, below normal temperatures move in for the weekend. Between Friday and Saturday, daytime highs will drop about 15-20 degrees.