Good Friday everyone. You may have noticed that your friendly weather-dude hasn’t been posting as much this week. I have had a serious bug that just will not go away. My Doc has me on everything from antibiotics to steroids. That means I fully expect to lead my softball league in home runs this spring and summer. #juiced
I won’t leave you guys hanging, so here’s as much of an update as I can muster, right now.
- Colder air filters in from northwest to southeast today. Temps will fall into the upper 30s by early evening. Winds will be very gusty and may approach 35mph at times. A few showers will be possible.
- Snow showers and flurries will be around later tonight into Saturday… especially north and east. Temps will struggle to get out of the 30s on Saturday for everyone except the west.
- Sunday looks good with temps soaring into the upper 40s and low 50s under mostly sunny skies.
- Temps will spike up for the first half of next week with Monday and Tuesday looking like nice weather days.
- Another potent storm will develop across the plains and roll into the Great Lakes by Wednesday and Thursday. This has the potential to be another severe weather maker with a shot of cold to follow. Sound familiar? Here’s the look of the European Model…
That’s the kind of pattern I alluded to several days ago. One that can really crank up some powerhouse storms across the country. Are we destined to see these as only severe weather makers or can we get one to put us on the snow side? I guess March will have all the answers for us.
Have a great Friday and take care.