Cam’s Weather Vlog for 04/11/13April 11th, 2013 at 10:51 am by cameronhopman under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog
As that last line of storms moved out of the viewing area around 2:45am so did our chances for any additional severe weather. Even as the cold front to our west pushes eastward throughout the day heavy rainfall will evade the region with the exception of an isolated thunderstorm mixed in with our scattered showers. The last of our rain will move out as this cold front kicks east, we’ll receive a brief period of dryness along with some much cooler temperatures over the next couple of days. After falling into the upper 30s overnight, Friday’s afternoon highs are expected to climb into the upper 40s as a combination of northerly winds and upper level cloud cover keeps temperatures around 14° below average. While we still expect partly cloudy skies for Saturday, we’ll see enough sunshine to push temperatures back into the 50s that afternoon. High pressure will supply us with southerly winds by Sunday assisting in our 66° afternoon high temperature. However, a warm front could bring some scattered rainfall to the region that afternoon, essentially setting us up for another stormy beginning to the work week. Scattered showers and thunderstorms are expected with a slow passing cold front for both Monday and Tuesday, though temperatures are anticipated to reach the low 70s each of those days.