As expected, the Arctic high will shift to our east overnight into the early morning hours of Saturday. This return flow will bring showers into our area for Saturday. The 12 UTC run of both the GFS and NAM agree that we should start to see rain in our area somewhere between 2 and 5 o’clock Saturday. As the high continues to shift to the east so will the rain, but don’t expect the rain to exit our area until Sunday afternoon. After the rain ends on Sunday you can expect the rest of the day to remain mostly cloudy. Both Saturday and Sunday will be warmer than what we have seen the past few days. Saturday the high will be around 45 degrees and Sunday 48. Low temperatures will also be warmer with a low for Saturday night around 37 and Sunday night near 42. Look for the start of your work week to warm up on Monday with a high near 60 but then cool right back down again on Tuesday. Thanks for checking your weekend forecast.
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