Beautiful End to the Work Week! Outlook to Next Week Based On Latest DataApril 5th, 2013 at 2:12 pm by Chad Evans under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog
It is breezy, but it is mostly sunny & very nice today!
However, with back-door cold front, temperatures vary from 50 at Rochester to 61 at Covington as of 2:30 p.m.
The air is quite dry (& with recent dry weather), so brush & grassland fire threat is elevated.
Saturday looks partly cloudy, windy & warm with south to southwest winds gusting as high as 40 mph at times.
Front will stall just north of area with several waves of showers/storms along it before the main storm system passes through Wednesday-Wednesday night with the heaviest rainfall. Severe weather threat will get close. We will continue to monitor that. There is a distinct possibility that the severe threat may be expanded northward into our viewing area.
A few showers/t’showers are possible Saturday night-early, early Sunday. However, it now appears that any showers will most likely stay away from the area Sunday. So, the weekend does not look bad.
A frost & light freeze is possible to end next week, followed by widespread 70s arriving after that with potential of pretty wet, stormy pattern.