We have had rather dry conditions over the past couple weeks as most of the systems have been dropping rain south and west of us. We have seen a lot sun though most of the days have been cool. The grass is greening up and it is getting close be begging to be cut – the flowers are blooming and they are all begging for some decent rain. The GFS is showing a quarter to half inch tomorrow but I think that is over done and we will see closer to a tenth of an inch.
High pressure will provide sunny and pleasant weather today before a cold front on Friday ushers in chilly weather for the weekend. Highs on Saturday will struggle to reach 50 degrees. The cold snap will be short lived however and above normal temperatures in the 70s are expected for much of next week.
Our best chances of rain will come late next Wednesday as a low develops over Kansas and moves towards Michigan, we may even see some storms over the area dependent on the track of the low. After that temperatures have a good chance of being below normal again..
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