Cam’s Weather Vlog for 04/25/13

April 26th, 2013 at 10:54 am by under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog

WLFI Video Blog Entry April 26, 2013

Forecast Discussion:

While a high pressure system located in Ohio produces southerly winds throughout our Friday, another frontal system situated over the Great Plains could drive hazy upper level cloud cover into the viewing area. Although we’ll see more clouds as the day progresses, we can still expect afternoon high temperatures to climb into the mid 60s. The increase in cloud cover will act as a prelude to isolated rain tomorrow as that Great Plains low tracks thought the state of Indiana tomorrow afternoon and evening. We could even see some lingering showers Sunday morning, but even with the rainfall, both Saturday and Sunday will be progressively warmer than today. As our current warming trend continues, afternoon highs will finally climb back into the 70s and possibly even the 80s by the beginning of next week. But like all good things, the warm up must come to an end eventually. A cold front will bring additional showers and thunderstorms on Wednesday evening followed by a drastic drop in temperatures. If you have any outdoor plans for Thursday of next week, I’d dress for temperatures in the 50s.

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