(WOWK) — Another night of temperatures near or below the freezing mark have led to more freeze warnings in the region until early Friday.
Normally, this is the last week of the average last hard freeze in the area.
Friday looks dry with highs back around 60-62 and lows at night closer to 40 degrees crossing into Saturday. The weekend starts with a fairly soggy day on Saturday.
There should be a gap for a few hours between the early showers and some late showers and possibly some thunderstorms that show up in the late evening Saturday on the weather models.
Storms are not expected to be severe but any thunderstorm can have strong, gusty winds and of course major downpours and frequent lightning so be weather-aware late Saturday night. Rainfall amounts should be generally an inch or less.
Things dry out after the middle of Sunday and a much warmer pattern takes shape, taking us from below normal temperatures in the daytime to much warmer over a series of days.
Highs do jump significantly for Tuesday through Thursday. Models show a large push of warm air allowing highs to bump into the 80s starting Tuesday.
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