Mid-level moisture has been flowing north through the Midwest. This caused clouds to cover parts of southeast KELOLAND and afternoon temperatures have been stuck in the 40s. Outside of the southeast has been a great Monday. Skies have been sunny and afternoon temperatures soared into the 50s to low 60s.
Clouds will continue to expand and linger around tonight and fog is likely to develop for a good portion of eastern KELOLAND as well. Overnight lows will fall to the 30s. The rest of Tuesday will be similar to today in terms of afternoon temperatures with highs topping out in the 50s but a cold front will move through the area. This means Wednesday will be a little cooler. There is some evidence in the model data that we could see some late day sprinkles along the front as well.
Overall though, the above average weather will stick around for much of this week but Friday into the weekend could bring a big change in the weather. Right now, a rain/snow mix is expected Friday with some very strong, northwesterly winds that will usher in some much cooler weather for the weekend.