7:15AM January 30, 2020

SHOWERS LIKELY OVERNIGHT INTO SUNDAY… Cloud coverage will be on the increase on this Saturday ahead of increasing rain chances tonight into Sunday morning. High temperatures today will be in the mid-60s. Isolated showers will become possible as early as this evening after sunset, but I expect much of the rain to move across our region from west to east on Sunday morning. The greatest chance of rain will be from 3AM to 10AM Sunday.

NO SEVERE WEATHER EXPECTED SUNDAY… The rain tonight will happen in the form of scattered showers. Thunderstorms should be quite limited as instability will be meager with this passing weather system. Severe weather is not expected. I expect much of the rain to be to our east by midday Sunday. Lingering showers should move out by the early evening hours. High temperatures on Sunday will be in the low-70s right before a cold front moves through the area.

MUCH COOLER MONDAY INTO TUESDAY… Temperatures will again be near our climatological norms on Monday with highs likely to be in the 50s. Overnight lows will be in the mid-30s on Tuesday morning. Cloudy skies will likely persist into Monday, but we should have at least some clearing by the end of the day. Tuesday will feature mostly sunny skies.

I will have radar updates posted tonight and into Sunday in the RedZone Weather app. Have a wonderful Saturday!

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