Sunday Evening Forecast Discussion – 9 p.m.

Clouds will start to increase during the overnight hours. High pressure has moved out and a low pressure system is starting to move across the Ohio Valley with a cold front pushing through the Southeast. Some warmer temperatures will move in ahead of the cold front. Low to mid 60s for Monday and possibly hitting 70 on Tuesday. Our first chance to see some showers will be in the afternoon and evening hours of Monday. The rain will really move in Tuesday and could produce some thunderstorms around our area.

The cold front will move through Tuesday night leaving us with some cooler temperatures and dry conditions for Wednesday. With a good bit of sun possible mid week, it is likely that afternoon temperatures will increase a bit back toward the 70 degree mark by the weekend. Our next chance of rain will move in about Friday and last through the weekend. Not expecting a lot of rain this weekend but we could see some scattered showers across the area.

Overnight temperatures this week could drop to the mid to upper 20s Thursday morning, but should recover back towards the 50s by the weekend.

Daniel Sparkman
WVUA Weather

Sunday Afternoon Discussion – 2 p.m.

Just a quick update this afternoon. We are starting to see those clouds increase around the area today. We started out with a good bit of sun but we’ve moved on to mostly clear skies at this point. Clouds will continue to increase today and overnight ahead of a cold front that will push through Tuesday. Temperatures this afternoon still expected to stay in the mid to low 60s around the area. Overnight we could get back into the middle 30s but will warm a good bit for our Monday.

Tune in tonight to WVUA News at 10 for a complete look at your forecast.

Daniel Sparkman