Remember, if you see high water covering a roadway, report it to local authorities and “turn around, don’t drown”, find and alternate route. Heavy rain also with the continuing risk of local flooding. Cooler breezes from the west around 10 miles per hour. Stronger wind gusts arrive for the afternoon with highs getting into the 70s and 80s.
But it’s cold! Temperatures have plummeted into the widespread 40s, with even some spotty 30s showing up in the Wiregrass. Scattered rain is possible for the drive in, and snow could mix in at times.
Tonight’s low is expected to drop to about 42.
The expected wetter conditions may increase overall rainfall for April. Our next system pushes into OH overnight Monday night into Tuesday morning. Any rain with this storm system will stay in northern Missouri and we’ll stay dry.
Wednesday is expected to have a high of 81 and a low of 54. Skies will become mostly clear to partly cloudy. High tide will be at 10.11am and 10.35pm, while low tide will be at 4.12am and 4.13pm.
PUEBLO: Low – 41, High – 71.
Morning temperatures were in the low 40s across the Island Monday and will rise to about a high of near 58 degrees later in the day, the weather service said. While the timing might not be the best as Saturday right now looks damp and gloomy, farmers and firefighters will welcome the change.
After a long chilly winter, New Yorkers were particularly excited about the spring weather Saturday, as temperatures broke into the 70s. Your 7 Day Forecast will keep us nice and sunny through the midweek forecast with warmth returning by then as well.