Highs today ran 59-64.
High & mid clouds will increase tonight & skies may turn mostly cloudy by early morning.
Virga (showers that try to fall, but dries up on the way down) is likely, but it is possible that a few sprinkles or a couple isolated showers make it down to the ground Friday morning if we can saturate enough.
We should then become mostly sunny.
Skies should then turn partly cloudy by evening.
Highs of 65-70 mph are likely with southeast breeze 5-10 mph early becoming south at 13-22 mph.
We should turn cloudy tomorrow night, followed by scattered showers Saturday (especially late morning to early afternoon) before tapering later in the day.
After AM highs of 50-59, we should fall to 44-51 in the afternoon with north-northwest to north wind 10-20 mph. Much of the shower action should occur behind the front (also referred to as an anafront, while katafronts are more typical. They have much of the precipitation along & ahead of the front.)
Rainfall totals still look to run 0.10-0.25".
Most of Monday looks dry with clouds & sun. A few scattered PM showers & t'storms are possible with the warm front, which will bring in 68-75 highs.
Scattered showers & t'storms are possible Monday night with lows only at 59-63.
A few scattered showers & t'storms are possible Tuesday with clouds & sun, windy weather & highs 73-77. South-southwest winds may gust to 40 mph at times.
Note the warmth overspreading the area & entire region:
A fast-moving line of t'storms is possible Tuesday night to early Wednesday morning.
The main corridor of severe risk is Iowa to Texas. Here, parameters suggest MARGINAL to SLIGHT.
South-southwest winds may gust to 40 mph at times.
Total rainfall still looks to run 0.50-1" Monday-early Wednesday morning.
Late next week still looks cool with highs cooling to 40s & 50s with lows in the 30s.
Heavy rainfall & storms (with some severe risk) are possible at the mid-point of April.