Tonight: Gradual clearing; pleasantly cool
Wind: N 10-25 mph
Sunday: Partly sunny
Wind: N 10-15 mph
The weather will remain pretty much unchanged heading into the latter half of the weekend before warmer temperatures arrive for the new week.
Quiet and less windy weather is expected through the rest of tonight. Skies will gradually clear and it will be a pleasantly cool night with readings dropping into the low/mid 60s.
Plan for little change in the weather for Sunday. There will be a lot of clouds with some sunshine here and there. Temperatures will be held in check again with readings very similar to Saturday in the 70s to low 80s. The storm system that generated the severe weather across Iowa late last week will continue it's slow progression into the Ohio Valley and we'll be on the far western fringe of that system. Additional energy and moisture will rotate in and that combined with a bit of instability during the peak heating of the afternoon could be enough to pop up an isolated shower mainly in the far east along the Mississippi River.
Temperatures look to rebound back into the 80s with a little more humidity through the middle of the week. There will be a couple frontal passages. One arriving Monday night and another Wednesday night. However, moisture and dynamics are lacking so precipitation chances are very low and the area may remain dry. Of course, this will be followed in the coming days. Behind the second front Wednesday night, cooler air will arrive to close out the week with high temperatures in the 70s and night lows in the 50s.
Meteorologist Brandon Marshall
Weather First Team
Today's Record Temperatures