Can't Fool Us
Posted by Jeremy Reiner
We've seen this play out before. A few warm days and then--boom, it turns much colder and even snows. April 1st, 1997 anyone? Don't worry, I'm not about to blog on a snowstorm but we do have a large chunk of cold air heading this way. Before that cold air arrives there will be a few hours this morning of mild weather as many of us soar through the 50s and even reach the low 60s early this afternoon. Then the hammer drops.
That *hammer* will take on the form of clouds & showers. The showers threat window looks like 2-5pm---not to say it rains for 3 straight hours everywhere but within that window you are likely to get tagged by at least a few showers (even a brief downpour). Behind the shower threat temps will take a nose-dive into the low 40s by 5-6pm and even lower this evening. Skies will rapidly clear with the arrival of the cold air.
Tomorrow & Wednesday are full of sunshine but also arctic air. Morning temps will be in the lower 20s & despite the powerful April sun, we'll only reach the low 40s both tomorrow & again on Wednesday. Milder weather is set to return by Thursday.
Enjoy the day.