A warm weekend with some areas of KELOLAND reaching the 70s will be replaced with highs this week in the 40s and 50s. Cooler air will be sinking into KELOLAND as a low pressure will pass to our north and will force cooler Canadian air southward.
Sunday night, a cold front will pass through the area. This front is expected to trigger some light showers tonight and last into tomorrow afternoon. New rainfall amounts up to a tenth with some isolated areas seeing a little more. Overnight lows in the upper 30s in the east and low to mid-40s for the west.
The rain will be leaving eastern KELOLAND Monday afternoon leaving behind clearing skies so by the evening, mostly clear skies are expected for all of KELOLAND. Monday afternoon highs will be cooler, reaching the low to mid-50s.
The rest of the week will be in the 40s and 50s with an overall cooling trend as upper level flow will stay mainly from the northwest so the surface will have a hard time warming up with cooler air being pumped in. By the weekend, afternoon highs are expected to be in the upper 30s to upper 40s. There is also a chance for more rain, mainly in the northeast, on Wednesday.