We’ve had a couple thin lines of showers and a few thundershowers pass through KELOLAND today. Amounts have generally been a tenth of an inch or less.
Tonight the skies will be clear across KELOLAND, and thanks to a light southerly breze temperatures will remain mild, a few degrees either side of 40.
Tomorrow looks to be the nicest day of the weekend. We expect above-average highs in the upper 60s to low 70s with a partly to mostly sunny sky. We’ll have a southwesterly breeze.
Sunday is a different story, with partly to mostly cloudy skies due to the passage of a cold front. Sunday also brings the chance of showers, cooling us back into the mid 50s to low 60s.
A front will cross KELOLAND on Monday, and highs will be in the mid 50s to low 60s. With that front coming in there is a possibility of thunderstorms in southern KELOLAND. Any rains or thunderstorms that form will continue Monday night into Tuesday morning.
It will be cool the rest of the week. High temperatures will mostly be about ten degrees below normal, in the 50s. We’ll have continued chances of rain each day as well, with the heavier amounts appearing in the southern part of KELOLAND.
It still appears we’ll be a little warmer for Mother’s Day weekend, although even those temperatures will be a bit below normal. In fact, it appears the colder than normal temperatures will be with us for the entire first half of May.