Little bit of low pressure off to the south of our area has kept our area mostly cloudy today with some patchy rain showers across portions of our area. We did at times see a little bit of sleet in the mix of things. However, as expected we did not see any accumulation of the sleet across our area. Temperatures remained on the cool side across our area today. We saw most of the high temperatures today in the middle 40s to lower 50s. This being well below the normal high temperature of the lower 60s for this time of the year.
We will see high pressure build into our area as we go through the overnight hours and into our Wednesday. This will clear our skies out and we will see much milder and even at times above normal high temperatures once again reach into our area for a few days.
More low pressure passing off to the west and south of our area on our Friday and into our Friday night, will bring back into our area some more chance for some scattered showers during that time period. More high pressure and more of the sunshine filled skies will be the weather rule as we go through the upcoming weekend and into early portions of next week.
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