Mainly Dry, Mild, and Pleasant Weather Opens the Workweek
Drier conditions continue with a warming trend as we exit the weekend and enter the workweek.
QUINCY (WGEM) - High pressure remains in control across the region and it will dominate the weather the next several days, which keeps us dry and comfortable; expect overnight lows in the low to mid-50s under partly cloudy skies, which will be a bit warmer than what we saw Saturday night.
This stretch of warming that began Saturday culminates in above-normal temperatures for the first half of the workweek. A cold frontal boundary approaching from the northern Great Lakes region will modulate temperatures back closer to normal for Thursday and Friday. Unfortunately, due to what looks to be rather limited moisture, the rain chances associated with the passage of this frontal boundary are not looking as magnanimous as they were previously, so while a low chance of isolated showers or a rumble of thunder does exist most of the region now looks to stay on the drier side for the remainder of the work week. Warming temperatures and increasing humidity levels may bring more unsettled weather as we get closer to the start of Memorial Day week.
Stay tuned to WGEM First Alert Weather for the latest forecast updates and enjoy this pleasant weekend weather!
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