Brad: Sunny and warm start to spring

Cheryl Sanders
March 20, 2017

Morning lows will be in the mid to upper 30s, rising to around 50 by the afternoon. Overnight lows become warmer this week as well, only falling to the mid 50s for Monday night. One or two communities will get a sprinkle, while everyone else stays dry.

We start Sunday with a few clouds around. It's been a lovely day with sunshine this afternoon and temperatures up near 50 degrees.

Early morning sunshine, clouds increase through the afternoon. This front may bring a few isolated showers but nothing too widespread is expected.

Mostly sunny conditions are expected throughout the day with temperatures reaching a high of 42.

Thursday: Partly sunny, with a high near 61. A weak cold front is sweeping through the state producing a line of unorganized light showers. The wind, which could reach gusts up to 30 miles per hour in certain areas, is expected to die down as the day continues, forecasters said. Temperatures will rebound on Friday as our next big rainmaker approaches from the west. This will set us up for another above average day to end the weekend. This increasing wind will be in response to an approaching cold front that will arrive on Saturday.

60S RETURN: On Friday, you'll enjoy mid 50s in the afternoon.

RAIN RETURNS: Expect a cloudy and rainy Sunday. Be sure to check our First Alert Weather App for frequent updates throughout the week.

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