54 °FHeavy Rain, Windy
66 °FHigh Wind Warning
32 °FCloudy, Windy
53 °FIncreasingly Sunny
Issued: 7pm on Friday, March 31st 2023
A potent low pressure is currently making its way across the central United States, bringing high severe risk to many areas. Severe hazards that the west is currently seeing include tornadoes, hail, heavy rain and gusty winds, but as the cold front of this system approaches our area on Saturday, these threats will have weakened. However, the threat for these dangerous conditions still exist well into tonight as the system currently battering the central United States will hit our area after the sun goes down. While the threat still exists, our area will mainly see this system pass as heavy rain and gusty winds up to 40 mph. These dangerous winds warrant a High Wind Warning issued by NWS, which lasts until 6pm on Saturday. Power outages are likely with these gusty winds, and winds will prove hazardous on your commute. Definitely allow yourself extra travel time if you are out this weekend.
Once this system advances out to our east, temperatures drop with the cold frontal passage. We catch that break in the clouds on Sunday, when we also start seeing our next peaks of sun before another disturbance arrives Tuesday.
Tonight it will be cloudy with a 100% chance of rain showers. Winds from the S at 15 to 20 mph with gusts up to 40 mph. Low 54°F
Saturday it will be cloudy with a 50% chance of rain showers. Winds from the SW at 15 to 20 mph with gusts greater than 40 mph. High 66°F
Saturday Night it will be cloudy with no precipitation. Winds from the NW at 10 to 15 mph with gusts up to 30 mph. Low 32°F
Sunday it will be mostly cloudy with no precipitation. Winds from the NW at 0 to 5 mph. High 53°F
Monday it will be mostly sunny with no precipitation. High near 70°F with a low near 54°F
Tuesday it will be cloudy with a 60% chance of rain showers. High near 76°F with a low near 62°F
Wednesday it will be cloudy with a 70% chance of rain showers. High near 78°F with a low near 48°F