WEATHER STORY: A cell of high air pressure from Canada is slowly settling into our region to clear up the sky and chase away the showers that continued to sprinkle on Tuesday. The process should be complete on Wednesday. But, the northern nature of the high will keep temperatures cooler than normal for several more days.
TUESDAY NIGHT: The sky will be partly cloudy as the sprinkly low that is creating showers migrates away and the high from Canada comes to make our region home. Low temperature will be near 32. The wind will be NW 5-15 mph.
WEDNESDAY: The cell of high air pressure will make our sky mostly sunny and conditions dry. The high temperature will be 53 which is about five degrees cooler than normal. The wind will be NW 5-15 mph.
THURSDAY: A small low pressure system from the west will try to cloud us up despite the lingering presence of the high. The result of the two should be a mixed bag of clouds and a 20-30% chance for scattered showers in the afternoon and evening. Low temp will be 32. The high will be 55. The wind will be NW 5-15 mph.
COMING UP: The low goes away by Friday and another dry period enters our picture. Will it stay cooler than normal, too? Tuesday night, meteorologist Dave Anderson chats about that and the scant chances for rain after Thursday. Wednesday morning from 5-7 a.m., meteorologist Kaitlyn Moffett will look at temperature trends, too, and also let us know if a Sunday rain chance is still on the schedule or not.