Warm temperatures and sunshine will finish out the weekend! A warm front will pass through in the overnight hours allowing for lows to be just around 30 degrees. Cloud cover will also remain minimal, including a light winds. Through the day on Sunday, expect the weather to be very similar to today, or Saturday. Temperatures will be in the 40s and 50s, and even a few 60s are possible in the southern region. The start to the work week will be mostly sunny with only a few clouds, as a high pressure system is building through the northern plains. Expect Tuesday to be slightly cooler than the last half of the week, in the upper 30s. There will be a low pressure system on Wednesday, and because of the warmer temperatures it is likely to be a rain/snow mix throughout the area. Winds will also be picking up due to a tight pressure gradient for Wednesday through Friday. Afterwards, temperatures will increase back up to just below 50 degrees for the southern region and to near 40 for the north. Overall, this coming week will have a few days of sunshine and then some rain/snow chances develop, along with windy conditions.
Tonight, a partly cloudy sky and then clouds thin out overnight. Winds to be southeast/south at 2-12 mph and lows just around freezing.
Sunday, a partly cloudy sky in the south and a few clouds to the north. Daytime highs in the 40s and 50s along with a west/northwest wind at 2-12 mph.
Sunday night, a rain and snow mix is possible for the southern region, otherwise, a partly cloudy sky elsewhere. Winds to be light and north then shifting southwest at 1-8 mph. Lows near 30 degrees.
Monday, a mostly sunny sky with a few clouds. Winds west and light and temperatures nearing 40 and 50 degrees.
Monday night, a few flurries in the southwest region and winds breezy at times. Lows near the mid 20s.
~Heidi Werosta, KX News
Warmer temperatures today with even warmer on the way!