Cool and quiet as we begin the last week of the month. One quick-hitting system will drop some rain Sunday night but will be long gone by Monday morning. Sunshine will come with a bit of cloud cover and light winds Monday. You might want a coat early in the day with temperatures near freezing, but a light jacket will do for the afternoon.
Yet another chance for light rain showers arrives late Monday night into Tuesday morning. Similar to Sunday night, rainfall amounts will be light with most of the measurable rain falling north of Hwy. 60. Clouds will slowly thin out Tuesday afternoon, keeping temperatures on the chilly side.
South winds turn breezy Wednesday and Thursday and will help lift temperatures into the 60s and then 70s.
The week will end on a wet note as a storm moves through the middle of the country. Ingredients will be on the table for a few strong to severe storms too. At this stage, the storm looks like it will move through fast enough to keep flooding at a minimum.
A quiet weekend will follow, but the pattern will likely turn more active again during the following week.
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