4/22 Weather Outlook


Severe Threat for Today through tomorrow. A warm front will move through the area overnight setting us up for much milder conditions and afternoon severe thunderstorms tomorrow. Much colder air with high elevation snow showers tomorrow night and will cause highs mainly in the 50s Sunday and Monday. Slow moderation to normal temperatures on Wednesday, but not a great stretch of weather the next 5 days

 

Summary: All I can say is yuck. Lame weather outlook for the next 5 days. Cooler weather will be preceded by severe weather today through tomorrow. Please stay alert to possible watches and or warnings. The weather will turn dramatically cooler and will finally get to near normal next Wednesday.

 

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Forecast:

(Temperatures are usually 5-10 degrees cooler in the mountains)

 

Today:

Scattered  rain and cool conditions. Rain Chances increasing overnight

 

Saturday:

Milder most of the day with Severe Thunderstorms possible. Temnperatures sharply colder overnight with Higher elevation snow showers!

 

Sunday:

Continued 10 – 15 degrees below normal temperatures. Mostly cloudy with scattered showers.

 

Monday:

Continued cool. Mostly Cloudy.

 

Tuesday:

A chance of showers and thunderstorms. Temperatures could be near normal

 

Wednesday:

Seasonal and Sunny! Finally!

 

Long Term:

Looks like Seasonal temperatures will continue.

                                            

All for now!

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