Outlook to Early Next WeekMarch 26th, 2013 at 10:44 pm by Chad Evans under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog
Gradual warming trend will bring 42 Wednesday, 47 by Thursday, 52 Friday & 57 Saturday with sun & some clouds. Some patchy to areas of freezing fog are likely early Thursday & Friday mornings.
SHOWERS SUNDAY TO PART OF MONDAY……..
Showers will pass through Sunday, but highs will be near 57.
It appears showers will be mainly confined to Monday morning (at least that appears when the best potential will exist for the day), then exit with highs near 47. Total rainfall currently looks to be at 0.35-0.50″ area-wide with heavier rains likely falling south of the viewing area.
Tuesday looks decent with sun & high of 50-55.
It appears we may level off near that level for a few days next week as a reasonably cool Canadian high moves in (normal high is near 58).
Crest either at flood stage or a few feet above it is likely along the Wabash late week to the weekend & early next week as the snow melts & some rain falls by Sunday.
It does appear (as trended per GFS) that upper 60s to lower 70s are still possible as we get past April 4 & into the midst of early April. I like overall wetter-than-normal trend up to April 12, but with that Canadian high it will dry out next week for a bit.