Scattered showers Monday afternoon; storms possible midweek

NOW: Scattered showers Monday afternoon; storms possible midweek

We’ve got a nice stretch of above normal temperatures Monday through Wednesday. Unfortunately for today, we’ll see some scattered showers to go along with these nicer temperatures.

Getting out the door, you should stay dry. By the lunch hour, we'll start to see a few scattered showers. It isn't a washout this afternoon, but it might be nice to have the umbrella on standby.

It’s possible this afternoon we see a few thunderstorms also, but impacts look low.

Rain wraps up overnight, then it should be a mostly dry day Tuesday.

Later Tuesday evening, we could see a few isolated showers or thunderstorms. There is a chance right now for a strong or isolated severe storm Tuesday, with the biggest threat likely gusty winds.

On Wednesday, we may have a better chance for rain and storms, especially Wednesday evening. Wednesday is also the better chance for severe weather this week, so stay weather aware. Impacts from these storms are likely gusty winds and downpours.

Thursday and Friday look to stay dry to end the week, but highs are cooler in the mid 50s both days.

Early look at the weekend: Saturday is dry, but it looks likely that we’ll see some rain on Easter Sunday, so any outdoor Easter egg hunts may be better suited for Saturday!

Today: Scattered showers, possibly a thunderstorm. High 64.

Tonight: Showers early. Low 40.

Tuesday: Increasing clouds. PM shower/storm possible. High 68.

Wednesday: Scattered showers. Thunderstorms later in the day. High 70.

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