After receiving some much needed rainfall over the weekend that nearly cut our yearly precipitation deficit in half, we will continue to be influenced by an unsettled and cool weather pattern with a chance of scattered showers through mid-week.
A trough of low pressure will slowly lift out of the northeast states by mid-week, but until then our weather will remain cool and showery. Image credit: AccuWeather.com
This type of weather pattern is more typical for April, with daytime temperatures only getting up into the 50’s and a chance of showers. By late Wednesday into Thursday, things will begin to dry out, but it will only be very brief as another quick moving storm system will dive south into the region by Thursday afternoon.
Ahead of the system, it will briefly warm up into the 60’s early on Thursday, but showers will once again return by late in the day into early Friday. The first call on the upcoming weekend keeps a chance of showers in the forecast as a frontal boundary will be lingering nearby, but certainly not a wash out. Stay tuned!