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Monday, 4/6

  • As high pressure moves off to the east and low pressure approaches out of the Central Plains, cloudiness will gradually spread over our area with increasing chances of rain toward evening.
  • Thickening clouds with an increasing chance of showers or thunderstorms later in the afternoon.
  • Highs 60 to 65 with cooler readings right along the lakefront.
  • South to southeast winds. Showers and t-storms overnight.

Tuesday, 4/7

A mix of clouds and sun, breezy SW winds. Probably the warmest day of the year so far with highs reaching well into the 70s area-wide. Chance of showers/t-storms into the early overnight hours -winds shifting northwest.

Wednesday, 4/8 

Some sunshine but clouds increase later in the morning. A good chance of showers possibly even t-storms in the afternoon/evening hours. Highs occur around midday then temps turn sharply colder during the afternoon.

Thursday, 4/9

More clouds than sun and much colder – afternoon highs in the mid to upper 40s. Scattered clouds overnight and chilly – lows 30 to 35. NW winds.

Friday, 4/10

Weak high pressure overhead gives mostly sunny skies. Still cool with highs 45 to 50. Clear skies at night with lows in the 30s. A NW breeze.

Friday, 4/10

Clouds increase and lower during the day with a chance of light showers – highs in the upper 40s north to mid 50s south. Cloudy with a chance of showers overnight. Southwesterly winds.

Friday, 4/11

Mostly cloudy, cool with a chance of showers possibly mixed with a little wet snow far north. Highs mid 40s north to low 50s south. Achance of showers possibly mixed with a little wet snow north overnight.

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