Staying dry through the weekend with rain increasing next week

The backdoor cold front that dipped south across the area Thursday evening will march north across the region on Saturday. We will then be in the warm sector which means increasing temperatures for the weekend. A cold front will approach from the west early next week which will slightly increase rain chances Monday into Tuesday. The best chance for rain next week looks to come on Wednesday – it could be a washout.

Increasing clouds. Low: Mid 40s. Wind: Light E/SE


Roughly 10 degrees warmer than Friday. Low 70s in the Queen City with mid 70s likely farther southeast. AM clouds with decreasing clouds through the afternoon. There is a slim chance of a passing AM shower, but the chance is low. The record high for this date is 84 set in 1955.


Partly sunny skies. High: 80. Breezy. Wind: S/SW 5-15 G. 25. The record high for this date is 78 set in 1956.


Isolated showers possible on Monday and Tuesday with more widespread rain likely on Wednesday. Wednesday will likely be the coldest day of the week next week with high temperatures only in the 50s.

Have a wonderful weekend!



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