Highs today ran 52-57.
With patchy to areas of fog, lows tonight should run 30-36 with frost.
With partly cloudy skies of high/mid clouds tomorrow, highs of 59-65 are likely (with a light southeast to south-southeast wind) east to west.
After lows of 41-46 early Friday morning, highs of 65-70 are likely Friday with increasing southeast to south winds at 13-24 mph.
We will cloud up Friday night with lows 52-55.
Scattered showers & an isolated rumble of thunder are likely Saturday morning to early afternoon before ending. It appears that nearly all of the rainfall will be behind the cold front (also known as an anafront, as apposed to a more typical cold [aka katafront] with much of the precipitation along & ahead of it.)
Total rainfall of 0.10-0.25" is possible.
Highs Saturday should run in the 50s, then fall to 48-52 during the showers, then they may rebound to the 50s later in the day with a north to north-northeast wind.
Patchy fog & lows of 32-37 are likely Saturday night.
Sunday looks partly cloudy with highs 57-63.
Warm front should shoot through area Monday with some scattered showers & isolated t'storms. With breezy conditions from the south developing, highs of 68-75 are likely with skies back & forth between partly cloudy, mostly cloudy & cloudy skies.
Monday night is warm with a few spotty showers & lows in the breezy 59-63 range.
Windy, warm weather will follow Tuesday with a few showers & t'storms (35-40% coverage) with highs 73-77. Skies look partly cloudy to mostly cloudy to cloudy off & on through the day.
Tuesday night looks warm, windy & humid with temperatures largely 65-70 with south winds gusting to 40 mph.
A fast-moving line of t'storms is possible Tuesday night-early Wednesday morning with severe weather risk. Parameters suggest SLIGHT RISK.
ENHANCED TO MODERATE parameters show up west & southwest of our area.
Total rainfall of 0.40-1" Monday-Wednesday AM is possible.
So, there is no big heavy rainfall ahead.
This may give some small windows of farm work on better-drained soils
Wednesday temperatures look to fall from 65-70 very early to 40s to 50 by late afternoon. With mostly cloudy skies, windy to very windy conditions are possible with gusts potentially 40-55 mph.
Late next week looks dry & chilly with highs in the 40s & 50s with lows in the upper 20s to lower 30s.
April 11 &/or 12 may feature a period of cool scattered showers.
By around April 14, we should warm up rapidly again.
Periodic scattered showers & storms will become likely.
Two times to watch for some severe weather risk would be late April 14 to overnight of April 14-15 & then again on April 15 in the afternoon-evening.
We will monitor.
A large area will have severe weather risk during this period from Iowa, Wisconsin to Texas, Oklahoma & Mississippi to Michigan.
Parameters of SLIGHT to ENHANCED RISK show up here.