11 Breaking Weather Team Forecast Discussion
Friday, April 24th
Best chance for showers and storms the rest of tonight will favor the Eastern Plains. Farther west, it will be cool, breezy, but likely no meaningful rain.
Saturday looks a lot like today with the chance for scattered showers and t-storms in the afternoon. Though they will be a bit fewer and farther between. Your morning looks dry, so any outdoor plans will be a safe bet early!
Sunday morning will start out on a cloudier, yet still dry, note. A larger and more organized storm could impact us on Sunday. This will bring widespread rain chances in for the afternoon on and some of that rain could be locally heavy. The mountains will also see some decent snow. This system looks to continue rain/snow showers overnight Sunday into Monday, and throughout the day Monday before clearing in the evening. High temperatures Sunday and Monday will be limited to the 50-60s. Right now, the bulk of the heaviest moisture will likely fall along and south of HWY 50. Farther north, there will still be some decent moisture, just not as much as our southern neighbors.
A lingering shower may still be around for Tuesday, but clearing does look to move in by the middle/end of next work week with highs reaching into the 70s and lower 80s for the Plains.
- Average High: 62
- Average Low: 36
- Record High/Year: 84/2012
- Record Low/Year: 18/2013
- Date: Friday, April 24th
- Sunrise: 6:10am
- Sunset: 7:44pm
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