Clear and dry most of the week

Skies will remain dry with temperatures cooling below average the next few days
Matt Engelbrecht - Meteorologist
Matt Engelbrecht - Meteorologist(WNDU)
Published: Apr. 12, 2021 at 5:00 AM EDT|Updated: Apr. 12, 2021 at 4:16 PM EDT
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High pressure continues to build into the area resulting in dry conditions and clear skies. Under northwest winds, high temperatures will be cooling to the upper 50s on Tuesday and the low 50s Wednesday and Thursday. Clear skies will cause overnight lows to be back down around freezing heading into the weekend. Rain chances will remain low most of the week with moisture trying to return to the area this weekend.

MONDAY NIGHT: Drying out with clouds beginning to clear. A West wind keeps things very cool. Lows dropping into the lower 40s. Low of 41.

TUESDAY: Mostly sunny skies with highs in the middle to upper 50s. A few high clouds but no chance of rain. High of 58.

WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy and cooler with some showers possible especially in the afternoon. Highs struggle to reach average for this time of year. High of 53.

LONG RANGE: Remaining mostly cloudy with a few showers possible Thursday. Then clearing out as we head towards the weekend. Lots of sunshine with highs back into the middle to upper 50s by the weekend. More clouds and shower chances as next week begins. Although this week features drier conditions than last week.

Daily Climate Report: Sunday, April 11th 2021

Sunday’s High: 56

Sunday’s Low: 43

Precipitation: 0.01″

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