High pressure moves in from our west for Tuesday which brings decreasing cloud cover by mid morning. Winds will remain breezy out of the northwest at 10-15 mph which could spark a quick shower for a few up north. Highs will only climb into the upper 50s, low 60s under partly sunny skies. Overnight, we'll see clear skies and chilly temps down in the 30s and 40s. Frost will be a possibility for those inland into Wednesday morning.
A Frost Advisory is in effect through Wednesday at 8 a.m. for much of the region, excluding those that sit right next to the lake. Cover up those plants!
A chilly start for many on Wednesday with temperatures near freezing. By the afternoon, high pressure remains in control with sunny skies. Highs will climb into the low and mid 60s with a south wind at 5-10 mph.
Staying quiet for Thursday with mostly sunny skies. Highs will be a bit warmer in the upper 60s and even a few low 70s. Winds remaining out of the south help usher in that warmer air. Overnight, clouds will increase a bit as a front moves through and lows drop into the 40s and 50s.
Temps for Friday cool back down in to the upper 50s and low 60s with a slight chance for showers.
Heavy rain brought much needed rain for our drought across the region. Now were in for Dry and quiet through the rest of the week but temps remain cooler in the low 60s. Catch the latest rain details this morning on CBS 3 from 5-7 am with Meteorologist Kaitlyn Moffett, and the latest temp outlook tonight at 5,6, and 10 with Meteorologist Dave Anderson.