After a fantastic start to the weekend, we’ll have to keep an eye on the radar again.
Cloud cover increases as we go into the night ahead of our next system. We will see some rain and snow showers develop to day breaking on Sunday, so do not be surprised if you see a rain / snow mix where you are … especially in East and Ne Kelland.
Lows will mainly hover in the 20s to low 30s.
The further south you go on Sunday, the more likely you are to climb into the 50s for daytime highs … keeping any moisture that comes along like rain.
To the north, temperatures will struggle a bit more to warm up. As a result, we may see a chance for some light accumulation due to wet snow. Be mindful of this when you go out.
We get a beautiful break on Monday with partly cloudy skies and sizable temperatures over much of the area … but the break will be short-lived.
The active weather pattern will be started again by Tuesday with another opportunity to see some moisture again … but this time it will be mainly in the form of rain.
The rest of the Midwick may have more rain with a bit of wet snow sooner through Thursday, especially East River, as low pressure is quite slow to depart. Chances to the west will be slightly lower, though non-zero.
Overall, the more active pattern helps at least with how dry it was, because 10-day network outlooks show improvement for the Northern Plains.
Beyond the 7 day forecast, chances for close to higher average temperatures gain when we go to the middle of the month.