Weekend to Start of Work Week OutlookMarch 30th, 2012 at 10:34 pm by Chad Evans under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog
Wedge of colder air is bleeding in over Michigan fresh snow cover, into the area behind our front. This will bring a colder night with broken to solid low cloud deck, a cold north to northeast breeze & lows of 37-44. As winds decrease & low-level inversion develops by early morning, some fog will be possible, though it doesn’t look dense.
For tomorrow, sunshine with some clouds will be accompanied by a northeast wind becoming east & then southeast & south as the front lifts back northward as a warm front. This said, our far southwest counties will see lower 70s, but in our far north & northeast, the high will only be 60. Lafayette will be near 68, but Peru will struggle to 62 or 63 & Burlington is looking at 65 or 66. Delphi will see 66 & Fowler 67 with 60 at Wheatfield & Talma.
The warm front may produce an isolated shower &/or t’shower in our northern counties Saturday evening-night with 20% coverage.
The warm front will accelerate northward out of the viewing area Sunday morning with a rapid warm-up with highs of 80-85 degrees Sunday. Strong south winds to 35 mph will make for a windy, summery day.
Monday looks windy & summery with highs in the 80s. In fact, some model guidance suggest temperatures even over 85 degrees in some of our western & northwestern areas Monday.